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6 Brands of laptops in Taiwan failed to pass the standard from Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection

A laptop computer (also shortened to just laptop; or called a notebook computer) Laptops are commonly used in a variety of settings, such as at work, in education, for playing games, Internet surfing, for personal multimedia, and general home computer use.

Meanwhile, in Taipei, Taiwan Six laptop computers, out of random selected have failed product inspections conducted by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI), the bureau said in a statement Monday. November 4 According to the CNA report

These laptops were marketed respectively by HP Inc., Lenovo Group and Huawei Technologies Co.

The bureau found that the keyboards of two laptops, one sold by LG Electronics Inc. and the other by AsusTek Computer Inc., had different appearances than those shown in photos originally submitted to the BSMI for those models' registration and certification.

In three of the four cases, the Chinese-language manuals of the laptops contained RoHS information that was inconsistent with the information submitted to the BSMI for those respective models,

Following the random checks, the bureau ordered the six companies whose laptops failed the inspection to apply for approval of the changes to their products or to provide accurate information.

If they fail to do so within a given period, the certification of those products will be revoked.

The four companies that failed to provide clear RoHS information or RoHS information consistent with their products' registration could also be subject to a fine of up to NT$1 million. 

Government regulations stipulate that if manufacturers make minor changes to a product after it has been registered and certified, the bureau must approve the changes before the product can be sold.

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