Throwing away the name of their JooJoo, Fusion Garage is back with another tablet -- this time it is the Grid10. This tablet is based on the Tegra 2 platform, has its own proprietary and unique OS (known as GridOS), and is based on the Android kernel. This gives it the ability to run Android apps via the Amazon Appstore for Android along with the other apps available from Fusion Garage's Grid Shop.
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What You Need To Know
- Was hyped as a new product from TabCo, a mysterious tablet company that turned out to be Fusion Garage
- The JooJoo name was tossed out because of the poor reception of that tablet
- The Grid10 ran GridOS, which was based off of the Android kernel
The Fusion Garage Grid10 had a story before it was even a real product: thoroughly embarrassed by the spectacular failure of last year’s JooJoo tablet, Fusion Garage conducted an over-the-top viral marketing campaign for a fake company called TabCo before CEO Chandra Rathakrishnan delivered a pre-taped keynote address revealing his new tablet. Unlike the Intel- and Linux-powered JooJoo, the Grid10 is a much more familiar combination of Android and a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, but you won’t...
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