Updated. MacBook Pro Clone Review + Impressions.
We had talked about the Macbook Pro knockoff before, remember? The old glowing Dragonfly logo is finally upgraded to a glowing Apple logo. Based on the photos of the clone, it makes us think it runs Mac OS X, but is that true? Tell you later.
Chinese knockoff makers gets into the super-thin notebook game in a big way with the $499 AirBook. We’ve played around with it for a while now and can say that it looks very similar to Apple’s MacBook Air, and it’s very cheap. Unfortunately being cheap comes at a price.
Hi everyone, all my friends want to buy an Apple Sneakers. Yes. it’s true. Apple Sneakers. 🙂 You might be one of those people who find the Apple logo is… pretty damn cool. And I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking that I need to tell you where to buy one of these Apple shoes as you browse the gallery after the break.
While the whole world is waiting for the iPhone 5, iPnoho6 has released in China. Yes, it called ‘iPnoho6′ but not iPhone 6. This is the latest Shanzhai iPhone made-in-China. Actually the device cannot be called the iPhone 6 rip-off because iPhone 5 is not even exist yet. The ‘iPnoho6′ is made of cheap plastic casing in white color, and it is label as “IPDA”. It has some large speakers on the back, and it’s creative enough that the home screen button is designed in a “full apple” logo. The specification and price unknown, properly it’s a cheapo feature phone. We are curious to know how it actually works.
The Genius Bar offers help and support for Apple products, but what if you have a fake Apple product and you terribly need help from an Apple Genius to fix your problems? Well, a Chinese cheapo did it and the Apple Genius really helped him. This cheapo made a trip to the Pudong Apple store in Shanghai, and he seems to have made an appointment with an Apple Genius, for hands-on diagnosis and troubleshooting on his MacBook Air knockoff. Man, this is the naughtiest thing you could do in an Apple store.
You might not believe it but this is the best iPhone 4 knockoff on Earth. We have seen several iPhone knockoffs since the day we started this phenomenal blog, and we can say that 8 out of 10 iPhone knockoffs are crappy in terms of software, they just do not have the qualifications to compare with iOS.
There are lots of iPhone 4 knockoffs in China, and all of them look similar to Apple’s iPhone 4 but this SoPhone here is probably the king of fake iPhones.
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.
The ultimate MacBook Air knockoff has landed, and folks all over are excited about it. This is the best MacBook Air wannabe ever, featuring a real glowing Apple logo and it’s almost as thin as the real one. Here we have a wholesome unboxing and hands-on shots for you to enjoy. And a video!
Proving once again that the Chinese are creative on making knockoffs. Here’s a MacBook Air wannabe featuring a glowing Apple logo with different color. Apple fanboys might love this.