8 innovative technology products which fail to reach the target market

8 innovative technology products which fail to reach the target market
Advances in technology have spawned many innovative technological products. Currently, the Internet, Smartphones and tablets have taken over the space technology. But there are certain innovative technology products which fail to reach the target market.

Here are eight tech products that failed to reach the target market, namely:

1. HP Touchpad

HP TouchPad no longer given the opportunity to fight his rival. The company decided to stop rival iPad launched just after a month. In Australia, the decision for the sale of such devices are less than a week in the gadget market. As a result, application developers and buyers take advantage of the sloping price, after HP lowered price of tablets down to around $ 150.

2. Apple's 30-pin dock connector

Apple's a lot to build most of the peripherals, music docks and accessories for a third party to complete their favorite Smartphone, since the original iPhone debuted in 2007. 30-pin connector brought out by Apple to ensure that any new iPhone accessories remain compatible with the old owners. But things changed drastically after the release of the iPhone 5, as a reliable connector was replaced with a small port. In addition, Apple declined to include the adapter in the iPhone 5 in the sales package, or incur additional costs of approximately $ 35 to use the old accessories into their new Smartphone.
3. Polaroid camera

Polaroid 'instant film' are likely to endure long if not the advent of digital photography technology has become the main choice users Polaroid photography on appeal.

 4. Microsoft Xbox

Microsoft's first Xbox only lasted four years, making it one of the video game console in the history of the shortest-lived. Although it sold more than 24 million units worldwide, the device stopped the Xbox 360 instead. The majority of observers deliberately turn the PlayStation 3 to beat the market.

5. Windows Small Business Server

In July last year, Microsoft announced that they will stop the Windows Small Business Server (SBS) suite is to focus more on Windows Server 2012 Essentials and Office 365 cloud-based.

6. Cisco Flip Camcorder

Popularity 'pocket camera' that developed in the latter half of the last decade pioneered by flip camcorder. Although the convenience of a compact camera offering, the amateur videographer gadget is equipped with Full HD video. Cisco chose to discontinue this business even though acquiring this product with $ 590 million nearly two years before it was discontinued. At that time, flip camcorder represents about 35% of the camcorder market.

7. Osborne 1

Osborne 1 portable micro computing was pioneered in the early 1980s and it is commercially successful businesses of the era. Technology lovers began to ignore 'is obsolete machine' with the majority of them to switch to Apple or IBM instead of waiting for the new model. In 1983, Osborne was not production anymore.

8. Windows Live Messenger

Windows Live Messenger, previously known as MSN Messenger, was created in 1999 by Microsoft. The company announced the switch kelayanan Skype, which the company acquired for $ 8.5 billion last year. Apart from competition from Yahoo and Google, which continues to be the instant-messaging program most popular in the world. IM Skype has a user base that can compete with both

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