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Dell: No, our laptops don’t smell like cat urine


Dell has, er, come clean about a problem forum users have commented about for months: Its Latitude E6430u laptop does indeed have a pungent aroma, but it was caused by a manufacturing process that has now been changed, and is not in any way related to biological contamination. Dells response came after months of complaints by laptop owners who insisted that the model smelled, in the words of one commenter, as if it was assembled near a tomcats litter box.

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