Two days ago, Shenzhen held an electronic show named IIC-China which displayed lots of interesting phones and tablets. An iPad knockoff was found, which runs on a dual core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, but it also contains an ARM Mali-400 MP processor for high performance computing. The tablet has actually appeared at CES this year, however it did not get much attention as it was only running Android 2.3.5 by that time. Check out this beautiful slate after the break…
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!
A Chinese company is selling an Android-powered tablet that looks way too similar to Apple’s iPad. The Chinese tablet’s Android OS is heavily customized to look like iOS, and overall, we thought we’re looking at Apple’s “never to be released” iPad mini.
You probably have an iPad. But some Chinese could not afford it. So what they do? Get an iPad knockoff. The Aocos N19 is the latest iPad clone to hit the scene. Unlike Apple’s original iPad, the Aocos is all about Android. It’s powered by a single core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, packs 512MB of RAM, and a 4GB flash storage. It may not have the internal muscle to compete, but it has a high-resolution (1024 x 768) 9.7-inch IPS capacitive display, HDMI output, a microSD card slot and a 2 megapixel front-facing camera.
Mac OS X Lion is here, and we just love how Apple described Lion as “OS X meets the iPad”. Well, it looks like the knockoff makers love that statement too, so they started a new project, and made a new iPad knockoff. What is it? The LionPad. Check out the promo video of it in action after the break.
The knockoff makers have once again amazed us with their latest iPad 2 knockoff, featuring insanely low price and a pure white color option just like the white iPhone 4. Yup, this iPad 2 knockoff comes with a white front and back, while Apple’s original iPad 2 only features a white front. The specs? Let you know after the jump!
After months-long wait, Chinese residents who could not afford an iPad 2 can now get an iPad 2 knockoff for just 700 yuan (about $108) from the gadget markets in Shenzhen, Huaqiangbei. It is very affordable, but we are looking at crappy specs on this thing.
The Shanzhai phenomenon continues. We hope you enjoyed the previous episode, and today we bring you the second part. It’s more than meets the eye, featuring an interview with the Chinese iPad knockoff maker who charged Apple with plagiarism. Oh, the great inventor of Apple Peel 520 made an appearance too. Video after the break.
This is insanely cheap for an iPad alike Android tablet, so what does it packed with? Where can you buy it from? Check out the specs after the jump.
Still remember him? The guy who previously showed us an iPad mini and claimed it is a prototype that bought for his son, but we think it is more likely to be a shanzhai tablet rather…Anyway, he is trying to teases us again with a super size iPad. On his Weibo, he said he believed no one would say this is Shanzhai again, even Shanzhai would not make like that big! This sounds pretty reasonable…
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