Tablet Maker Tomato Out Of Business


Their URL is no longer active.

They made a splash with an iPad Mini clone that had Samsung styling, the Tomato T2. It was the first Chinese tablet to use a Samsung Exynos CPU and had the highest AnTuTu score at the time.

But the tablet was also very expensive, over US$250. It got just one review in the Chinese tech press. And never gained traction among tablet buyers.

They were immortalized in a Charbax video:

It’s sad to see them go. I liked the styling of the T2 and their website had excellent design.

Previously here:

Blue Tomato T2 On Video
Tomato T2 Tablet Gets A Review
Tomato T2 Is Just 1.6GHz, Not 1.8GHz [WRONG!]
AnTuTu 4.1: Exynos 5410 Vs Tegra 4
Tomato T2: AnTuTu X Score
Tomato T2 In Sketchy Video
Tomato T2: Worldwide 3G & GPS
Videos: Tomato T2 Unboxed, Evades AnTuTu
Tomato T2 Benchmarks
Video: Tomato T2 Tablet Playing Games
Pricey Tomato T2: October 22
Tomato T2 Video Playback Hype
Chinese iPad Mini Clone Notes: Final Edition
Tomato T2 Tablet Evaluation
Tomato T2: A Samsung Galaxy Tab iPad Mini Mashup Tablet
Two Tomato Tablets


Filed under iPad Mini Clones

4 responses to “Tablet Maker Tomato Out Of Business

  1. Ilya T.

    Can we start with the ‘catch up’ jokes, or is it too soon?

  2. anders

    Price was too high. Bezel too thick.

  3. edi

    Some weeks ago i removed about 20 bookmarks to tablet manufacturer sites. They were out of business. It hapened during one year – 2013.

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