The Most Remarkable 8-Inch iPad Knockoff

November 15, 2010 | by:    | Android Knockoffs |


I’m fast becoming obsessed with tablets, and should I ever visit Shenzhen and purchase an iPad knockoff, this iRobot tablet is first on my list of iPad wannabes. It costs 900 Chinese yuan (about $135) and includes a webcam.

  iPhone Knockoff Disguised As Magic Mouse

October 11, 2010 | by:    | Apple Knockoffs |


Do you think it looks like Apple Magic mouse? It’s actually an iPhone knockoff disguised as a Magic Mouse. It’s green color and there’s a white version too. The knockoff makers are always bringing us some surprises.


  MacBook Pro Knockoff for Poor PC Boys

April 28, 2010 | by:    | Knockoffs |


Just 3 months ago we were playing with the ultimate MacBook Air knockoff, admiring the glowing Apple logo on it and trying to put it in an envelope to show how thin it is. Now, those knockoff makers go Pro with their mighty MacBook knockoff.


  MacBook Air Knockoff Full Review: Unboxing and Hands-On

February 3, 2010 | by:    | Knockoffs |


The ultimate MacBook Air knockoff has landed, and folks all over are excited about it. This is the best MacBook Air wannabe ever, featuring a real glowing Apple logo and it’s almost as thin as the real one. Here we have a wholesome unboxing and hands-on shots for you to enjoy. And a video!


  MacBook Air Knockoff with Glowing Apple Logo

January 20, 2010 | by:    | Knockoffs |

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Proving once again that the Chinese are creative on making knockoffs. Here’s a MacBook Air wannabe featuring a glowing Apple logo with different color. Apple fanboys might love this.


  MacBook Air Knockoff is Much More Affordable

August 7, 2009 | by:    | Apple Knockoffs |


Apple’s MacBook Air is a wonderful notebook which makes me fall in love at first sight. It’s amazingly thin, but at $1499, it’s not for anyone who still thinks that their MacBooks work just fine. For cheapskates like me, I will get one which looks like it, with a much more affordable price. Here’s a pretty awesome knockoff which suit your needs. It has the specs of a netbook, a 12-inch display, mini-HDMI, and slightly thicker than Apple’s MacBook Air. Together with the $1500 RMB (about $219) price point, that’s appealing all-around.