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Fusion Garage JooJoo

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the screen and responsiveness. The touch screen and portability also get good reviews. Some have doubts about the build quality and connectivity, while there are some mixed opinions about the apps.

design, portability, touch screen, responsiveness, screen

usability, value for money, battery, connectivity, build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Fusion Garage JooJoo is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 19 reviews)

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Fusion Garage JooJoo Tablet

 

only with tablets instead of peewee hockey.

Nicely designed, sleek hardware. Responsive touchscreen. HD and - get ready for it - Flash support

Twice the weight of an iPad with half the usability. Interface buggier than bucket full of cockroaches. No apps. Battery life is an unfunny joke. You're going to charge $500 for this thing with a straight face

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Fusion Garage JooJoo

 

FIRST LOOK: I had a chance to play with a pre-production model of Fusion Garage's JooJoo Web tablet, which has been covered in controversy over the last week or so. Enough with the drama--let's see how the thing works.

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Fusion Garage JooJoo

 

At the heart of the JooJoo's many problems is its browser-based operating system, which was, according to the company, "created from Linux and Webkit." Simply put, the interface doesn't work very well. If you don't use your JooJoo for a bit, the screen...

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

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

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.

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JooJoo tablet gets reviewed - TechChee.com

 

The Fusion Garage JooJoo tablet, which was formerly known as the CrunchPad, had fallen into the hands of Engadget before the release of the iPad. But for some

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JooJoo Review Reveals 2.5hr Battery Life. Move along please!

 

It's finally happened. The JooJoo gets an Engadget review and there's really not much to say; because the JooJoo doesn't do much. It's a big browsing pad with very few alternative usage models or software. 1.2KG is, as expected, way too heavy for a...

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joojoo tablet review

 

As the tablet war heats up, is the joojoo a contender?

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Fusion Garage JooJoo Web tablet

 

Attractive and interesting, but not without its flaws. It's been one of the internet stories of the past week or so, but does the Fusion Garage JooJoo...

Sleek, light, capacitive touchscreen

Fingerprint magnet, software will make or break it

If you're the kind of person who keeps a laptop or netbook around the house or office and uses it mostly for consuming web media (that is, not so much typing), you're exactly who the JooJoo is aiming for - it's a neat, lightweight device that has...

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Fusion Garage JooJoo review

 

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.

Irritating to use with a slew of missing features, the JooJoo tablet is a great bit of hardware controlled by a deeply-flawed operating system.

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Stuff magazine

 

Cheaper than Apple's iPad, with a bigger screen, Flash support and USB, can the JooJoo catch the worm in the new dawn of mobile computing?

The JooJoo has great potential but there are far too many niggles to make it a truly useful tablet. Best avoided for now

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Fusion Garage JooJoo review

 

Attractive and interesting, but not without its flaws. It's been one of the internet stories of the past week or so, but does the Fusion Garage JooJoo web-browsing tablet warrant your interest?

If you're the kind of person who keeps a laptop or netbook around the house or office and uses it mostly for consuming web media (that is, not so much typing), you're exactly who the JooJoo is aiming for - it's a neat, lightweight device that has...

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Product Specifications

With JooJoo, the Internet is the application. JooJoo makes connecting to the Internet quick and easy from wherever you are. Whether you're relaxing on your couch at home or standing on the train during your daily commute, JooJoo connects you to the people you care about and the information you need in the quickest, simplest way possible. The JooJoo features just one physical button, used to turn the device on and off. Simply swipe, pinch or moon walk your fingers across the 12.1-inch touch screen to navigate your favorite sites.

Audio Input

Type:Microphone

Audio Output

Type:Speaker(s)

Battery

Run Time (Up To) (AC):5hours
Technology:Lithium polymer

Digital Camera

Main: Yes

Dimensions & Weight

Depth:0.7in
Height:12.8in
Weight:2.4lbs
Width:7.8in

Display (Projector)

Diagonal Size:12.1in
Diagonal Size (metric):30.7cm

GPS System

GPS Navigation: None

Header

Compatibility:PC
Manufacturer:Fusion Garage
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:JooJoo

Input Device

Multi-Touch Display: Yes
Type:Touch-screen

Modem

Type: None

Networking

Wireless Connectivity:IEEE 802.11g / IEEE 802.11b / Bluetooth 2.1 EDR

ROM

Installed Size:4GB

System

Handheld Type:Web tablet
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