JooJoo tablets may live on as specialized devices in vertical industries.
Next year's new JooJoo tablets will be smaller and save the user's workspace to the cloud.
Still, it will not exactly be an Android tablet, as the company intends to customize the operating system so much that the device may not have access to the Android Market.
The JooJoo is a sleek, stylish, 12.1-inch tablet that's only good for one thing -- feeding your raging Web addiction
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell offers his critique and hopes for the Fusion Garage JooJoo tablet.
CNET gets a demo of the JooJoo Web slate, formerly known as the CrunchPad, by Fusion Garage CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan.
As Editor at Large Rafe Needleman prepares to leave CNET for the startup world, he indulges in a little navel-gazing over the stories that meant the most to him.
Engadget has shots of the tablet's new look, the most striking change being that of the home screen, which now sports a customizable wallpaper with nice, shiny icons.
The device was slated to be delivered to consumers at the end of this month, but Fusion Garage says it will ship a month later due to manufacturing concerns.
You may never have heard of Fusion Garage, but the company's JooJoo Web tablet is causing a fuss, and it's beaten Google in the race to make a browser-based operating system