While the whole world is waiting for the iPhone 5, iPnoho6 has released in China. Yes, it called ‘iPnoho6′ but not iPhone 6. This is the latest Shanzhai iPhone made-in-China. Actually the device cannot be called the iPhone 6 rip-off because iPhone 5 is not even exist yet. The ‘iPnoho6′ is made of cheap plastic casing in white color, and it is label as “IPDA”. It has some large speakers on the back, and it’s creative enough that the home screen button is designed in a “full apple” logo. The specification and price unknown, properly it’s a cheapo feature phone. We are curious to know how it actually works.
An unknown Chinese manufacturer launched a 9.7-inch Android tablet “Hongpaiyihao (Red Group Number One)” with a shocking 9,999 RMB (US$1,580) price tag, which is about twice the price of an iPad. The machine comes with a fancy leather case that’s embossed with in gold with the product’s name. The maker of this tablet emphasized this is “tailor-made for government officials”, this is insane…
The official Shanghai Disneyland is scheduled to open in 2016, but there is already a Disneyland knockoff in China today. Called the Wonderland, it is situated on the outskirts of Beijing (45 minutes drive), and it was supposed ‘the largest amusement park in Asia’. Yup, it was supposed to be… however, the construction stopped more than a decade ago, due to land disputes and insufficient funds. Now, it’s a deadman wonderland that is waiting for Walt Disney to destroy. Feel free to take a video tour of the dilapidated fantasy park after the break.
Can anyone explain why the hell is there a N9 knockoff appearing at CES? Hey Nokia! Where did all your lawyers go?
A year ago we were perfectly content with tech toys that are made in China, and designed by China. Now look how far we’ve come. A lot has changed in China’s gadget world in 2011, and being the tech fanatics that we are, we’d like to take a moment and look back at the standout made-in-China products of 2011, from the most affordable Ice Cream Sandwich tablet produced to some of the cool gadgets you shouldn’t have missed. Sit back and enjoy!
If you are a reader of M.I.C. Gadget, you probably love to see the counterfeit iPods, iPhones, and iPads we have introduced to you. Throughout the year, Chinese counterfeiting reaches a new low with the cloning of fake Apple stores selling real Apple products. The Chinese counterfeiters even have cheap “iPhone 5″ knockoffs for sale before Apple introduces the next iPhone. What’s more impressive is that there’s a MacBook Air knockoff from Shenzhen called the AirBook that looks near identical to Apple’s unibody MacBook Air upon first glance. So, the Apple counterfeits are very attractive, and we would like to show you all the best ones in this super round-up post, just read on to catch up with us!
The internet is a very efficient tool that gets anonymous become celebrity, and we had already reported lots of these incredible people before. Well, here is another one that catches our eyes. He is a chef, also a military fan, who designed and handcrafted an armored command vehicle in three years time and $4000 Yuans of budget. So let’s get to see his achievement after the break…
This is already the 2nd knockoff PS Vita that we have known before Sony officially launch the device worldwide. The machine is called Yinlips YDPG18, the internals are pretty much the same as iReadyGo (previous PS Vita clone), but we think this one is looking better. Specs after the break.
Chinese knockoff makers gets into the super-thin notebook game in a big way with the $499 AirBook. We’ve played around with it for a while now and can say that it looks very similar to Apple’s MacBook Air, and it’s very cheap. Unfortunately being cheap comes at a price.
The techno-sweatshops of Shenzhen have never seen an Apple design they weren’t willing to ineptly rip off, but this unibody MacBook Air knock-off is a totally different thing, it even rip off Apple’s MacBook Air unibody enclosure, for under half the price of the real thing.
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