The Chinese knockoff makers always have the balls to rip off Apple so blatantly. A Chinese company has recently introduced an all-in-one computer which can trick many into believing it’s an iMac. But if you turn it on and use it, you will find out it’s a slow, underpowered and cheap PC. More pictures of the machine after the jump.
What would you pay for a iMac knockoff without a quad core processor, Thunderbolt ports, wireless keyboard and a Magic Mouse? How about one that’s rocking a dual-core, 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor, NVIDIA ION graphics, and an 500GB hard drive? Some Chinese manufacturer is hoping your answer is somewhere around $300, because that’s roughly what its new, 2,000 yuan ($318) iMac knockoff will cost along with 18.4-inch LED-backlit widescreen TFT display (1920 X 1080), 4GB of RAM, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, six USB 2.0 ports, and an aluminum enclosure. More photos after the break.
At first sight, I thought it’s a real iPad. Unexpectedly, I’m wrong when I see the Intel Atom sticker on its back…
From the introduction of ACER ASPIRE ONE until now, it occupied the leader position of the industries. Due to ASPIRE ONE is working with Intel Atom, its screen size can’t exceed 12 inch. ASPIRE One did not dare to challenge the bottom line to launch a netbook with 12 inch and above. The knockoff makers introduced SUNCU12 with a 12.1 inch screen, this is imitating the ASPIRE ONE, it claims SUNCU12 can solve the problem that associated with ASPIRE ONE, such as eyestrain causes by the screen size is too small, keyboard is too small for typing, battery life is too short, etc.
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