There are lots of knockoffs in China. And there are some good ones which you may take another glance on it. Here we have a list from Times.com introducing the top 10 Chinese knockoffs, showing the impressive imitations in today’s China. The iPhone and iPad knockoffs snatched the top positions easily while the Google’s “sister” search engine is still surviving, but we prefer the China’s white house instead of the fake converse sneakers. So, dive in below if you want to take a look at other Chinese fakes, and be sure to drop us your comments for which of these knockoffs won your heart at first sight.
Read – Top 10 Chinese Knockoffs from TIME
Shenzhen Lianhua Electronics company gives us another 7-inch (800 X 480) iPad knockoff, it’s based on VIA 8505 chipset, powered by ARM9 processor, includes 128MB RAM, 2GB of flash memory. What’s so special with this crap is that it gives you an additional USB hub to gain a few USB ports.
After the magical iPad’s first 60 days of availability on Earth, the knockoff makers have finally built the truly remarkable iPad wannabe which looks pretty awesome in many ways. It’s gonna be the next big thing, with its powerful Android OS.
UPDATE: More pics and info added.
iPad knock-offs are not selling well in China at the moment. The knock-offs’ retailers hope to capitalize on their lower prices and earlier availability to woo the customers in China, but have met limited success so far. They are hoping the real iPad’s global launch will provide more sales on the iPad clone. Apple’s iPad had officially went global, available in 9 countries, but China is still not in the list. Apple has no information on when the iPad would be available in China. Retailers claim that not many people in China know about the iPad, and if Apple officially launch their iPad here, people will look for it; if they can’t afford it, they will buy the fake one.
Do you think this really the Apple iPad? Don’t be a fool! This is not! Yeah, this is a clone from Shenzhen, if the camera hole is not present, I think this clone can deceived many people in the world, maybe even Jobs. The Shenzhen makers should be very proud of themselves right now.
In case you were wondering… here’s what the iPad knockoff’s box looks like.
The knockoff makers in Shenzhen have really outdone themselves. From the looks of these images, we are deeply in love with the machine. The 7-inch display is a bit small and the built-in Android 1.5 OS does not run as smooth as we thought. Here we have a wholesome of shots for you to take a clearer look at it. If you have missed out our introduction on it, here’s the flashback of this 7-inch Android iPad knockoff, or you can call it as the APad (Official Name).
One months ago, iPad knockoff began to run Android and that 7-inch knockoff cost reasonably cheap, one just for $900 RMB (about $130). Today, we can view this tablet realistically.
A sufficiently large number of iPad knockoff launched recently are leading us to confusion. Thanks God, we finally see one has a different home button design, this definitely not going to mix up with the others. At the moment, this tablet is not running Android. If not Android, what could it be? Yup, It runs Window CE6.0, it is an OS for mobiles, like windows mobile. It could describe as an OS between between Windows XP and Windows mobile. Perhaps, I should say this is a knockoff phone. Doubt it.
Apad is the Android iPad knockoff we have introduced to you previously. It’s available for sale in Shenzhen now. The Apad comes with an Apple logo on its back just like the iPad and you can choose to have it without the logo too. Apparently, it’s included with Android 1.5 and there will be a 10-inch model coming soon with Android 2.1. Hey Steve, what you think about it ?
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