lol yup its missing unless you got the link wtf?
Sooo....when does it go on sale?
Being in China (HK) i guess I can expect my adam soon, and as i'm in China I can buy a "CE" or "FCC" stamp at any local market to stamp mine with!!!
and here i was expecting at least an apology for the delay. they havent even gotten fcc certs and told us there was no problems. Id also like to know which countries they actually shipped to.
also whats "a bit longer" is that a day, two days, a few weeks? are the tablets still in the factory or on a boat or on shore somewhere? solid, realistic answers would go a long way. you guys can call me picky or negative all you want but NI has fumbled at every step so far.
Last edited by mada; January-11-2011 at 05:53 PM.
I just checked my Sony Viao Z series(carbon fiber) laptop, top of the range....but no CE or FCC marking to be found on it.......but we are waiting on the adam to have it.....
See I work for a manufacture and I know we dont have to have all our approvals stamped on our items, but need to prove they meet spec's when requested, then we send the paperwork out for that approval.
[QUOTE=Nelson;10737See I work for a manufacture and I know we dont have to have all our approvals stamped on our items, but need to prove they meet spec's when requested, then we send the paperwork out for that approval.[/QUOTE]
Interesting issue. I did find this at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/help.html, for anyone who wants to delve further:
"FCC ID numbers are displayed on devices and indicate that the device has received a grant of authorization from the FCC. Manufactures of devices that posses the potential to cause radio frequency interference to other devices are required to meet the FCC technical requirements which may include the granting of an FCC ID number. The rules, located in 47 CFR 2.803 and 47 CFR 2.1204, require that most devices be authorized before they can legally be imported or sold in the USA. These rules also require that labels with the information prescribed by the FCC be affixed or accompany the device. Not all devices approved for sale and operation by the FCC rules require an FCC number however.
More information about the FCC equipment authorization process is available in the FCC's OET Laboratory Knowledge Database (KDB) or on the equipment authorization web page."
My Vaio-p,too, has no FCC label but I thought it was because I had it shipped from Japan (by DHL).
From Rohan's post, NI, not doing business in US/Europe (I don't know how "doing business in a country" is defined under the regulations), does not need the certificates but NI chose to wait to be sure. That's how I read it.
"FCC and CE. Though for a company doing business IN the respective countries canít sell product without these certifications, global business does not have any such restrictions, and over all these contradiction makes things confusing. For example, as a customer you can buy a product without these certifications online. We will opt for the safer side and wait for the final confirmation and then ship it to you (little more patience please )."
right on. it's an update with some fcc questions answered. mans gota be tired from the trip.
i'm expecting a alot of info from NI this week.
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