This. Is. Awesome. This unofficial Apple USB hub comes with four ports for all your USB-connectivity goodness, but the main draw comes from the incredibly cool glowing Apple logo on top. Yup, it glows when the hub is connected to your computer. So cool! More pics after the break.
Oh yes! The magical 3-in-1 iPad camera connection kit is on our sweaty hands and it works perfectly on our iPad with iOS 4.2.1. It really lets us transfer files via USB, SD, and microSD, but there’s still something not working 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.
Few days ago, we introduced a 3-in-1 iPad camera connection kit. However, we found a 5-in-1 version today, and there’s two types. One comes with USB port, SD card slot, micro SD card slot, AV-in port, and a mini USB port. Another one supports a wide range of memory cards including MMC, M2 and MS DUO. This is insane.
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.
This “notebook” is powerful, according to the creator, it’s got a nice-looking blue lid with a glowing pear logo, has three USB 5.0 ports, a Blu-ray drive which reads DVD-10 disc, a digital pen for its built-in tablet and one last thing, a 3D display. Available today, for just 30 yuan (about $4.50). This is nonsense.
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).
The Sony Alpha 900 is a brick at first, and it’s now minimized into a beautiful replica flash drive here. The idea is inspired from the tiny Canon 5D Mark II USB flash drive, but Sony fanboys can get this for super-low price in China, starting at $199 Chinese yuan (about $29) for 4GB. More pictures after the break.
UPDATE: It’s available for sale!
Here’s another interesting gadget from China, the 2-in-1 camera connection kit for iPad. Unlike the original from Apple, this little thing includes a USB port and a SD card slot together, so you would not need two pockets for keeping.
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