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Fusion Garage JooJoo

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Fusion Garage JooJoo

PC Magazine
24 March 2011
  • Conclusion: Even if the Fusion Garage JooJoo gracefully executed its very limited capabilities, it would still be woefully overpriced. The fact that it has difficulty performing even basic tasks seals its sad fate.
  • Pros: Large 12.1-inch 1,366-by-768-pixel touch screen. Browser supports Flash. No productivity apps, but you can use Google Docs for word processing and spreadsheet functions.
  • Cons: Crashes often. Very buggy. Aside from Web browsing, doesn't do much else. Basic functionality requires future firmware updates. Touch screen is gesture-based; no multitouch (pinch and zoom) support. Can't use USB port or camera yet. Heavy.
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Fusion Garage JooJoo review

19 July 2010
  • Excerpt: There's a part of us that really hoped the JooJoo tablet would be the iPad-killer it was hyped to be. To be fair, things get off to a pretty good start with the gorgeous hardware. It's fair to say that, design wise, the JooJoo is every-bit as attractive as the iPad, with its glossy black bezel and sculptured back. On first glance many people in the office actually though that the JooJoo was an iPad, which is a high compliment indeed.
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Fusion Garage JooJoo

13 July 2010
  • Excerpt: Den Begriff "Internet-Tablet" nimmt das Joojoo wörtlich. Man kann auf dem Gerät keine Dateien speichern. Und statt Apps gibt es Webseiten-Links. Kann dieses radikale Tablet-Konzept überzeugen? Der Test des iPad-Konkurrenten ergibt ein eindeutiges Fazit.
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JooJoo angetestet: 12,1-Zoll-Tablet mit Linux

9 December 2009
  • Summary: Apple, Microsoft, Nokia und Archos treten derzeit eine amerikanisch-finnisch-französische Tablet-PC-Lawine los. Aber die vier genannten Hersteller sind nicht die einzigen, die flache Touchscreen-Rechner verkaufen beziehungsweise planen. Auch das singapurische Startup-Unternehmen Fusion Garage mischt kräftig mit. Erst sollte das Gerät CrunchPad heißen, nun hört es auf den Namen JooJoo. CNET hatte bereits die Gelegenheit, ein Vorserienmodell in die Finger zu bekommen.
  • Pros: tolles Display, kapazitiver Touchscreen, schneller Bootvorgang, intuitives Interface
  • Cons: eingeschränkte Einsatzgebiete, zu teuer
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