Palm putting the brakes on the Eos - for now

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Palm putting the brakes on the Eos - for now
The second webOS powered device, the Palm Eos, had brakes applied to its production temporarily. Rumors floating around are hinting that Palm is waiting to see how the launch of their premier webOS device pans out. Early numbers suggests a clear indication that the Pre was a hit, while the Eos (aka Pixie) has been in the news of late with its codename being discovered in the webOS code. And of course AT&T will have to wait for their first taste of Palm's latest offering. But the temporary halt may not be a bad thing for Palm. Keeping inventory levels of the Pre will be the main priority – to keep up with the demand for it. On the other hand, they may be cautious and not over produce units so they're not stacked to the ceiling figuring out how to sell them. So the people in suits over at Palm may be looking to sit still and analyze the performance before making any rushed judgments.

via Gizmodo 



1. demiller9

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 12, 2009

Breaks - Brakes? Those are the breaks I guess.

2. jovel16

Posts: 59; Member since: Oct 05, 2008

too bad...I was hoping AT&T getting this soon! If they really wanna make some money.....they need to really market as many products as possible...

3. SellPhones82

Posts: 569; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Once they work out the kinks in WebOS production will start back up. EAS servers that require a PIN can not use WebOS at the time but should in the next 60 days according to Palm.

4. phone333

Posts: 331; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

-They need to focus on the Prē FULL SPEED !!! Push all the updates, build more apps and most of all PRODUCTIONS PRODUCTIONS PRODUCTIONS !!! the demand is crazy out there...I went to a store today and there was about 65 people on the wait list!!

5. MTLance unregistered

For real? Damn, I wish my country have Palm Pre but anyway I hate contract deals so no Pre for me unless I'm living in USA(Only Spirint have it lol).

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