Friday - January 14, 2005
If you're not in the know, I have a weird fascination with lambasting the Nokia N-Gage. That's why my evil meter spiked yesterday when I read this piece on Engadget
. It appears that ChartTrack has removed the N-Gage from their ELSPA
charts saying, "The N-Gage chart, though still produced, is of little interest to anyone. Sales of the machine and its software have failed to make any impact on the market at all." So sad, I may even shed a tear...wait no, that's a tear of joy for seeing such a terrible product get what it deserves: irrelevance. The N-Gage is not to be confused with the N-Gage QD
which will probably be joining its older sibling in the land of misfit toys sometime in the next year.
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