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Product: JooJoo
Screen Size and Resolution: 12.1"; 1366x768
Operating System: Based on Linux
Communication: 3G and Wi-Fi
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Originally known as the CrunchPad and still the subject of an ownership dispute among its creators, the JooJoo was the first slate/neo-tablet device to be released, although in very limited quantities only to those who pre-ordered it online in December 2009. The JooJoo sports a large screen, but an early review faulted its software -- built on a customized version of Linux -- for being unintuitive. Fusion Garage intends to press on with a 3G version. The original Wi-Fi version of the JooJoo is also being offered for online pre-ordering for US$499.

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