Last Christmas, we spotted a lovely iPad knockoff that runs Android 2.2 which pops up again today, but it has pre-installed Windows 7, and we are thinking this tablet is the best out of all Windows-powered iPad knockoff so far.
Here’s something that we found pretty strange recently. Have you ever wondered what would happen to our universe if an iPad 2 and iPhone collided? Well, we get two new babies, the D-pad and the E-pad. They are twins and we think they are inspired by the iPad 2 leaked images. Just look at its back!
If you are a reader of M.I.C. Gadget, you probably love to see Apple knockoffs. Throughout the year, we have introduced numerous of fake Apple products, and most of them are incredible in many ways. We have a scary waterproof iPhone 4 knockoff, a MacBook Air knockoff with glowing Apple logo, and even an iPad mini wannabe! They are very attractive, and we would like to show you all the best Apple knockoffs in this super round-up post, just read on to catch up with us! Oh, beware one more thing: Steve Jobs wannabe.
Here is the most recent iPad knockoff, and we just love it. Probably, we would say everything on this knockoff are excellent. If you are seeking to buy one, we recommend the previous 9.7-inch iPad knockoff or this one here.
While we are patiently waiting for the next iPad to be unveiled, here’s one more iPad knockoff you got to see. It’s called the M2, from a local Chinese brand Chinaleap. It’s smaller than the real iPad, and better in some ways. At lease it comes with a HDMI port, micro SD card slot and iPad-like UI.
Just imagine, a tablet which looks exactly like Apple’s magical iPad but runs Android OS and comes in blue color, would you be interested to check it out? Why not? It’s more affordable and packs something iPad doesn’t provide us.
If you didn’t get to see News Stream with M.I.C Gadget yesterday morning, here’s your second chance! Up above is CNN’s edited segment, and we really love the topic of the show: The best ‘Shanzhai’ Christmas gifts. Take a look at the video and Kristie’s well-written article to experience the pure magic of me, the made-in-China gadgets and of course, the one more thing: SJ figurine (aka “iDoll”).
iPad knockoff. We’ve introduced countless of models, ranging from 7-inches to 10-inches. To be honest, they all suck. But somehow this Android-powered 9.7-inch iPad knockoff becomes our most wanted Christmas present so far. Yes, it is a thing of beauty. Updated.
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.
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