#10 Apple Bandai Pippin
The multimedia technology released in 1996 is considered as the most significant failure of Apple. 42,000 Bandai Pippin were sold in the entire year leading to discontinued it in 1997.
#9 Microsoft ME
Windows 98 was Windows Millennium Edition came to market in September 2000, but it did not achieve any success. The product did not do well and was ended in December 2003.
#8 Virtual Boy
Nintendo’s Virtual Boy was not the best good product for the company it uses to leave the user exhausted. Released in 1995 was shut down same year in Japan and 1996 in America.
#7 Google Plus
Google is very successful but did not succeed in social media Google+ was a complete fail. It manages to bring only 111 million users on board in 4 years starting from 2011 to 2015.
Pebble Technology Corporation brought its smartwatch in the 2013 and was an instant success but was taken down by the top company like Apple and Fitbit. The company closed its watch in 2016.
Sega launched its video game console in 1999 but was a complete waste of money. It was released five years after Sony PlayStation and as a result, it was closed in 2001.
#4 Apple Newton
Apple has launched many products over the year and many were fail one of which is Apple Newton. It was a nice product but failed due to handwriting recognition problem. After Returning to Apple Steve Jobs killed the product.
Zune was launched by Microsoft in order to compete with Apple iPod. It sold over 2.5 million products in only two years but nothing compared to Apple. Zune discontinues by Microsoft in 2012.
#2 Moto ROKR E1
A partnership between Motorola and Apple gave the world Moto ROKR E1 which was a complete disaster. The production was closed just after a year of release which also leads to the parting of Motorola and Apple.
#1 HP TouchPad
HP TouchPad was a nice product which got most things right, but it did not achieve success because people fell in love with iPad. It ran on the Palm’ WebOS which was the biggest drawback since people did not know anything about it.