Fusion Garage’s JooJoo tablet, which began its life as the TechCrunch CrunchPad, was announced in December 2009. This latest gadget has a 12-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, a 1GB of memory and a 4GB Solid State Drive (used to store the OS and cache data). Instead of custom-built apps, the JooJoo tablet uses the web as its primary platform. It also supports Flash and reportedly plays 1080p Youtube streaming videos fairly well. It has an integrated USB 2.0 port, and built-in speakers with mic combo. The downside of JooJoo Tablet PC is that, it doesn’t offer any connectivity mode other than WiFi, and because the JooJoo tablet uses the Internet as its platform, the lack of an “App Store” is also another downside. The JooJoo Tablet PC costs $499, a price comparable to the iPad so, which one will you buy?