Fusion Garage has a superior sense of humor, don’t they? Currently they claim that Mike Arrington had nothing to do with development of the now dead CrunchPad, and that TechCrunch (who they say is just a blog) did not contribute and does not own any trademarks to the CrunchPad. Period. In the meantime, to make the situation even funnier, it’s called the Joo Joo. Putting the ridiculous name aside, the price is $499. When Arrington said it could be priced at around $200 to $300, Fusion Garage says that is a price like that is completely impossible for what the Joo Joo can do.
So for $499 you get: 12.1-inch touchscreen, a 4GB SSD, accelerometer, and according to FG “enough graphic power to deliver full HD video.” The battery life 5 hours on a single charge with Wi-Fi turned on. Pre orders start on December 11th on the Joo Joo’s official website. Hit the link for another shot of the Joo Joo.
For now, Stay Tuned for more details later.
[Via The Joo Joo]