If you’re too cheap to go out and buy an actual iPad, you might just be in luck – if you happen to live in China, that is.
This somewhat out-of-proportion iPad clone comes to us courtesy of a brand called Jumper.
Meizu, whose iPhone clone M8 has earned the company a loyal following (from Apple’s lawyers), seems to be getting ready to release an iPad clone next. A member of the Meizu forum has posted the specs of the Meizu Mbook, although I’m not sure if they’re official or not.
Only the Japanese would make robot clones of themselves. Check out this latest robot by Hiroshi Ishiguro from Osaka University. Instead of cloning himself, which is what he did before, he decided to clone a woman.
I’m reasonably certain this game is not Wii Fit or Wii Sports. Actually, I’m sure of it. Apparently another cheap Chinese knock-off, the makers of ifit Sports want us to think it’s a combination Nintendo’s popular sports and workout games.
Do you have a niece, nephew, neighbor or other bratty little kid who you just can’t stand? Here’s the perfect present for somebody who just doesn’t deserve to be spoiled. This handheld video game system thing might look like a Nintendo DS Lite from a distance, but on closer inspection, you’ll see it’s a really cheap Chinese fake.
It’s not like there aren’t already tons of cheap Chinese iPhone clones out there, but this is definitely the first one I’ve seen with a full keyboard.
The badly named “COOLi902” looks just like a fat iPhone when closed, but the back slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard.
We’ve featured several iPhone clones here on Technabob before, but this one is unique in that it not only is a doppelgänger for Apple’s wonder-phone, it runs Android apps.
The Aphone A6 phone does its best to look like an iPhone, featuring a 3.5-inch capacitive multi-touch display, and a “dual-core” CPU of some sort.
The WPhone is a new mock phone from China that’s loaded up with all sorts of stuff that you don’t find even in a real iPhone.
Sure, it’s a touchscreen phone and media player. And yeah, it’s got Bluetooth and WiFi support.
Of course, that’s because this cheap Chinese knock-off isn’t a MacBook at all. It’s a Windows PC in sheep’s clothing.
Doing its best impression of the MacBook Air, this clone is designed to run Windows, not MacOS (check out the Windows key on the keyboard!)
I was digging around the deep recesses of Flickr earlier today, when I came across a picture of what could be one of the greatest video game console oddities of all time.
Apparently, this Rambo TV Game console came out at some point back in the 1990s.
It was only a matter of time before some cheap Chinese clone of Amazon’s Kindle digital book reader would find its way to market.
This knock-off – from a company called “Wefound” – is a dead ringer for the Kindle 2.
No, this oddly-shaped pink gadget isn’t some sort of sex toy. Unless you think that playing with your Wii is a stimulating experience.
What you’re looking at here is the Conny Q3 Sports, a video game console out of China that’s designed to play like the Nintendo Wii, but for a whole lot less money.
While rumors continue to abound of Apple releasing an iPhone Nano someday, you can get your hands on a miniature iPhone right now – just as long as you don’t mind that it’s a cheap Chinese knock-off that’s clearly violating just about every intellectual property law you can think of.
When you think classic video games, two names come to mind PacBoy and Space Intruder, right? No? Well even if those aren’t the games you remember from your childhood, it’s the best you’re gonna do if you pick up these cheap-o handhelds on sale over in the UK.
Why the heck would you drop $200 to $400 on a brand new console when you could get the same thing for a fraction of the price? Oh yeah, I neglected to mention that these alternate universe clones of the Xbox 360 and PS3 are crappy knock-offs from China – and that they only play 8-bit games.