Don’t tell me how powerful your MacBook Pro is. I could not afford to get one, but I would consider this Chinese MacBook Pro knockoff, featuring NVIDIA’s Ion 2 graphics technology for 1080p playback. Cool.
We have seen a MacBook Pro knockoff before, but it’s not available to public and still in prototype form. Now, it’s ready for sale and we call it as “QT Pro”, proudly introduced by the naughty Chinese company that copies Apple’s products and website. This QT Pro looks just like the MacBook Pro, but there’s big difference in price and configuration. According to the specs on its product page, the QT Pro is powered by an Intel Atom D510 1.66GHz processor with NVIDIA’s Ion 2 graphics, includes 1GB of DDR2 RAM (support up to 4GB), 160GB hard drive, a 14-inch LED-backlit screen (1366 X 768), HDMI video output, three USB 2.0 ports, SD card slot, VGA port, LAN port, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
Instead of bringing an Apple logo, this QT Pro has a glowing dragonfly logo representing its brand, Qingting. Quite interesting.
The speakers are located on top of the keyboard, while the indicator lights are on the sides.
You don’t get backlit keyboard and multi-touch trackpad on this QT Pro.
There are no words mentioning the battery life of this QT Pro, and we’re not sure if the battery is built-in or removable. Sadly, it does not come with Mac OS X and only brings you Windows 7. Qingting claimed that it’s carved from a single block of aluminum, but we think it’s bullshit. Here’s the unconfirmed price, $2999 Chinese yuan (about $440). Interested?
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