64 JooJoo Tablets Sold? [Update]

Posted: Apr 23 2010, 11:57am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:11am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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Years from now, when some pretentious author writes a definitive history of the Tablet Wars, the JooJoo tablet will get a chapter all to itself. The story of the JooJoo aka CrunchPad is incredibly emblematic of this whole era. It started off as the fevered dream of a tech journalist/guru and ended up as a winding tale of corporate betrayal and, now, failure.

Fusion Garage has sent out a mass email to all of their company's customers. Due to an error by the writer of the email, the owner's email addresses are all visible. SlashGear states that the total count-64, gels with what UneasySilence heard from “another tipster”. Obviously, 64 customers isn't enough to sustain a new product for long.

This may not be the end for Fusion Garage and the JooJoo tablet, but it certainly doesn't instil one with hope for the future prospects of either. Update:
A comment posted to this story from the Fusion Garage PR team claims that the email in question was not sent to the entire customer list. The post did not reveal the total number of customers.

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