Posted by The Lad on Monday, September 11, 2018 07:06:03The QVC tablets are now sold in a number of countries and are now being considered by the regulators in the United States and Australia, which have banned them from selling to minors.
According to The Lad, the tablets were introduced by QVC to compete with the big names of the retailing world, like Walmart and Dell.
The QVCS have a battery life of up to a day and can be used for a wide range of activities like browsing the web and chatting with friends, while the tablet itself can be charged up to two times, according to the publication.
The tablets have been banned in most countries, including Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands.
However, the Australian government announced this week that it will allow the tablets to be sold in the country, including in the new Walmart and QVC stores.
The ban on the QVCs is likely to be extended to other major retailers in the coming weeks.
The sale of QVC’s tablets has been limited to US stores since April and will only be available in select stores on Wednesday.QVC has been in the news recently for an incident that saw an employee urinating on the floor of a Walmart store in California.