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Augen mysteriously dies, dirt-cheap Android tablets can't keep it afloat

Darren Murph
07.07.11
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Tragic. Just tragic. It seems like just yesterday we were dashing to our local Kmart in hopes of securing one of the hottest, most demanded products on the market. First, it was the $99 GenBook, and days later, it was the Gentouch 78. Now, it appears that neither of those absolutely astounding pieces of kit will ever be produced again, as Augen's website has been cold and unresponsive for the better part of a month. It's not picking up the phone, and it's not replying to emails. We'd bother to weep, but we have to wonder how bad things truly are if it took the world four full weeks to notice one's disappearance.

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