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QOTW: Which doomed tech products were actually good?

by Parm Mann on 7 September 2018, 16:31

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The tech industry is defined by high-profile success stories. Everyone knows someone that uses an iPhone, a Windows PC or Facebook, but for all those products and services that struck gold, there are plenty that have gone out with a whimper.

Many of those deserved to die the slow death - just thinking about the dreadful Nokia N-Gage sends a shiver down the spine - but on the flip side, there are numerous failed products that actually held promise. I was a big fan of my MiniDiscs back in the day, and more recently I was disappointed to see Windows Phone go the way of the Dodo. Heck, you might even go as far as to say that some ill-fated products were really rather good but fell foul of poor execution or too fierce a marketplace.

In a way, it's fascinating to think about all the wonderful products that might have been, so for this week's question let us ask: which doomed tech products were actually good? Whether it's hardware or software, let us know which products you reckon deserved better using the comments facility below.

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IMO Logitech NuLOOQ navigator…. it was here well before MS released their puck and worked really well in Photoshop etc until Logitech annoyingly dropped support, their ‘replacement’ which was a 3Dconnexion device just isn't the same.
I always wanted a Zune but they never made it to the UK.
Pebble smart watches.
Windows Phone.