The iPad knockoff is selling like hotcakes in Shenzhen, but no as much as the original iPad. It does look like the original from the outside, but how about the inside? Here’s what we found:
I hope you’re still interested in tablets running Windows 7. Although the iPad has dominated the tablet market, the knockoff makers are still working on their iPad wannabes. Here’s their new product, Winpad, a really good-looking 10-inch tablet running Windows 7 and includes SSD.
We are actually looking forward to a mini iPad, and it looks like RAmos is making one for us now. This bad boy could be an awesome iPad mini wannabe by judging from its looks, and we are glad to see that it’s powered by Android in the video after the break.
I’m getting sick with these iPad knockoffs… The latest model we have here is just another boring iPad wannabe, featuring an 8-inch display and ARM Cortex A8 processor. Oh, it’s thinner and lighter than the original iPad.
Here’s the new tweaked version of the 7-inch iPad wannabe. The knockoff makers threw out the old resistive touchscreen that we hate to touch and swapped in a capacitive panel like the one in Apple’s iPhone and iPad. Engineers claim that the touch response was far better with capacitive, and at least in this device, it simply made more sense.
As no-one knows when the rumored 7-inch iPad is actually launching, it might be worth to have a look on this 7-inch Android tablet which looks like a minimized iPad. Available now, for $900 Chinese yuan (about $132).
At first sight, I thought it’s a real iPad. Unexpectedly, I’m wrong when I see the Intel Atom sticker on its back…
There’s a lot of ideal choices of an iPad knockoff, and certainly some turns out bad. But we think this is going to be another great clone, or you can call it a 7-inch Android tablet. Here are the specs:
Dear Apple fanboys, you got to meet QingTing, a Chinese company that copies Apple’s products and website. They have MacBook Pro, iMac, iPad knockoffs which look just like the real stuff. What’s more, they even ripped off Apple wholesale and copied Apple’s website by ’stealing’ the product shots without any approvals from Apple. Luckily, they removed all Apple logos and trademarks.
Look guys, we have got a new member here for the iPad knockoff family. It has a 10-inch screen, running Android 2.1, priced at $1300 Chinese yuan (about $190), and we call it the ePad. Four more pictures after the jump.
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