No matter how advanced the electronics are, there are many that still malfunction, and lead to user complaints.
To keep a record of the most malfunctioning electronics, blog Electronics Hub developed a complaint detection tool to analyze tweets mentioning popular tech products.
Afterward, each gadget was given a score according to how many tweets featured a complaint about the specific tech product.
The most complained about gaming consoles were the Xbox Series X with a 12.5 percent rating and the Xbox One with a 12.1 percent rating. However, it was also mentioned that most of the complaints were about not being able to find these products since they were out of stock!
The Google Pixel 6 was the most complained about mobile phone with a percentage of 27.2. this was attributed to an inability by users to charge the phone with older or third-party chargers. The rest of the phones on the list were mostly iPhones. This is bad publicity for iPhone users.
HP was the most complained about laptop with a score of 29.1 percent. Complaints included everything from battery power to failure to boot to poor customer service. Things don’t seem to be very optimistic for HP.
Realme Buds scored a percentage of 33.8 with complaints about connectivity, sound, and touch issues.
Fitbit Charge 4 saw 31.4 percent of complaints directed at the wearable with the main concern being the gap between the device and the band.
The Apple iPad 6 scored 33.3 percent. Meanwhile, eight of the 10 tablets featured on the most complained list were from the Apple series. More trouble for Apple!
The Philips Hue Bridge scored a massive 42.7 percent rating with complaints about connectivity issues and compatibility with other home devices.