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Hands On The Grid 10 Tablet And The Grid 4 Phone

The recently announced Grid 10 Tablet aims to redeem Fusion Garage after their very much failed JooJoo tablet. The Grid 10 (and its phone-buddy the Grid 4) arrived with much hype and hyperbole. Let’s see if they live up.

JooJoo 2 Coming Early 2011 With An Android-ish Brain

The guys at JooJoo—you know, the tablet that was once made with TechCrunch but then had a falling out—want you to know two things: They’re still alive, and there’s a new JooJoo coming next year.

And Here Is Windows 7 Running Hot On A JooJoo Tablet

The JooJoo tablet, big in Europe but not much else, now runs Windows 7 with touchscreen controls for some reason thanks to Joojoo Forums dweller darkdavy.

JooJoo Now Available To Unsuspecting Europeans

Perhaps JooJoo will be one of those things – you know, like David Hasslehoff or cheese fondue. Big in Europe. Maybe they’ll even sell more than 64? Available to France, Germany and the UK now, for €359.00/£319. [JooJoo via Blogeee]

Fusion Garage's Sends Email To Their 64 JooJoo Customers In Cc:

I’ve got to admit that I find this funny, sad and admirable at the same time. Fusion Garage sent this email to their only 64 JooJoo buyers – out of 90 pre-orders – exposing all their addresses:

JooJoo Goes Under The Knife, Exposing Guts And Glitch

Now that people have started to receive their JooJoo tablets, it was only a matter of time before someone tore it down and revealed its inner secrets. The question is, what did they find?

Joojoo Tablet: Court Docs Show Only 90 Preorders (15 Returned)

These Paypal documents from the JooJoo/Techcrunch lawsuit show that only 90 preorders for the $US500 device, roughly $US44k worth, were made.

The JooJoo Is Shipping Right Now

Many speculated that the day would never come, but the JooJoo tablet is now shipping to arrive on doorsteps by March 29.

JooJoo's Refunds Smell Awfully Fishy

After the lawsuits and delays, this reader’s experience – asking for a refund – truly puts JooJoo’s reputation on the line. It feels written by a Nigerian scammer, rather than customer support. Here’s their whole email exchange. You’ll be the judge.

First Peek At The JooJoo Tablet's Guts

When Jason first played with JooJoo’s tablet, he caught a fleeting glimpse of a 1.6GHz Intel Atom in the device’s BIOS. Via the FCC, now we know for sure: It’s based on the Atom processor, and as predicted, Nvidia’s Ion.

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