On January 20, 2010, the CPSC issued a final rule concerning certain electronic devices for which it is not technologically feasible to meet the lead content limits (currently 300 ppm) required under section 101 of the CPSIA. Section 101(b)(4) of the CPSIA provides that the CPSC shall issue requirements by regulation to eliminate or minimize the potential for exposure to and accessibility of lead in such electronic devices, and establish a schedule for achieving full compliance, unless the CPSC determines that full compliance with the lead limits is not technologically feasible within such a schedule. In accordance with this section, certain children’s electronic devices for which the CPSC has determined it is not technologically feasible to meet the lead content limits are exempt under this rule. The final rule is effective on January 20, 2010.