The JooJoo tablet could be said to be the Newton of the 21st century, as this tablet device never really took off the way Fusion Garage wanted it to, just like how the Newton PDA from Apple had some hype but failed miserably as Palm’s range of PDAs took the world by storm back in the last decade. Fusion Garage founder Chandrashekar Rathakrishnan mentioned that the move to pull the plug on the Joojoo tablet was taken since it didn’t meet the company’s sales expectations, with speculation on the problem of the device’s failure including a lack of demand for a tablet that didn’t do too much. Of course, consumers beg to differ as they would say whatever little the JooJoo did, it didn’t do too well either.
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