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Why The Audrey Gadget Flopped

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Why The Audrey Gadget Flopped

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Why The Audrey Gadget Flopped

Why The Audrey Gadget Flopped

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The Audrey was intended to sit in the kitchen. hide caption

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After tons of testing and research, The Audrey, a kitchen computer designed for women, promised to be the next big thing. It flopped. In the third and final installment of our Girls and Gadgets series, Alex Cohen talks with Don Fotsch, co-creator of The Audrey about why the device failed.

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