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Sunday November 30, 2014

Eleven Gadgets That Died Too Early

Gizmodo has compiled a list of eleven of what they consider to be devices that didn’t catch on with the public long enough to become a long-term fond memory. Instead of becoming a classic, they just were discarded and forgotten. See what you think and add to the list if you have an unloved favorite.

Maybe it was poor marketing, an unfounded lack of support, or simply bad timing that did them in, but whatever the case, they died much too soon.

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