Fusion Garage JooJoo
Huge, expansive screen. Benefits from Flash and USB support. Virtually button-free design
Nicely designed, sleek hardware. Responsive touchscreen. HD and get ready for it Flash support.
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.
Needs a firmware update, pronto. No offline apps. Glitchy interface. Touch-response is erratic. Poor built-in speaker. Not a laptop replacement
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?
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.
By TechRadar on July 27, 2010
Without the iPad, the JooJoo would have had a shot. When it was first announced, Apple wasn't close to confirming the existence of a tablet. The slates already on the market were both overpriced and terrible. Netbooks were popular, but far from...40
By Expert Reviews on July 19, 2010
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....20
By Stuff.tv on July 14, 2010
The JooJoo has great potential but there are far too many niggles to make it a truly useful tablet. Best avoided for now...40
By Web User on July 01, 2010
Pros and ConsProduct Pros: + An iPad-style device that’s 25 per cent cheaper + Bigger screen more satisfying to use Product Cons: - Not as classy as an iPad - Unimpressive battery life- Widescreen ratio actually not great for websites The internet...60
By IT PRO on June 21, 2010
Bigger and bolder than the iPad, but not polished enough or convenient enough to mount a serious challenge...50
By Channel Pro on June 17, 2010
Flash support and multitasking are great, but this iPad wannabe is awkward and clunky in comparison. Even by Apple’s lofty standards, the number of iPads it has sold since launch is quite amazing. With sales outstripping that of all Mac computers...-
By PC Pro on June 16, 2010
Flash support and multitasking are great, but this iPad wannabe is awkward and clunky in comparison...50
By T3 Magazine on June 15, 2010
A good idea that doesn't quite work, due to a fiddly UI and lack of solid buttons. Future upgrades should add some useful features, giving it some...40
By AsiaOne on June 03, 2010
Look out for the full review of the JooJoo, coming...-
By The Inquirer on June 02, 2010
While it is more comfortable to hold, we don't recommend you hoist the device with its 12.1-inch screen for too long. The Joojoo tips the scales at 1.1kg and its weight, combined with its large screen, means you'll want to lay it on a table or...-