Sony agreed to a $1.6 million settlement of a nationwide class action on behalf of buyers of personal internet viewers that were rendered useless when the company cut off support.

U.S. Magistrate Judge James Clark III gave final approval to the settlement, and granted $418,675 in attorney fees to the firm of Nagel Rice in Roseland, New Jersey, who represented the plaintiff and the class. There were no objectors and no one opted out of the settlement, which provided awards of $11 to $35 to each class member.