Like the way the Apple Watch looks, but don’t want to spend a few hundred bucks? Cheap Chinese knock-off makers are here to save the day! At first glance, this $16 wristwatch looks just like Apple’s popular timepiece.
You’ve got to hand it to the cheap Chinese gadget makers. Not only are they amazingly ballsy to release products which clearly bear the branding of products they haven’t licensed, but in this case, they’ve produced something that doesn’t even bear a slight resemblance to the product in question.
Nintendo’s lawyers just got more work thrown their way. Mole Kart is a Mario Kart knock-off for iPhone that you will probably never see via the App Store. It doesn’t look half bad for a rip-off, but then again all you really have to do is throw in some mushrooms, make it all colorful and shoot items from your Kart.
Sony’s PS Vita hasn’t even had its official worldwide launch yet, and a clone has already been developed and launched in China. Begun, these clone wars have. The first PS Vita knock-off is called the Yinlips YDPG18.
Oh those silly knock-off kings, otherwise known as Shanzai. They have a long and proud history of ticking copyright-holders off and flipping them the bird. In this case, they are flipping Rovio the bird, with this Angry Birds tablet.
I have seen a bunch of stuff over the years with the brown and gold leather bearing the iconic Louis Vuitton logo. I have never liked any of the real Vuitton products that used the fabric, and I certainly don’t like this fake Chinese rip-off.
If you can make it, China can copy it:
While other Japanese have been busy building another classic robot statue, and South Koreans are building a gigantic robot statue of their own, this orange Gundam copycat is being built in a theme park in Sichuan, China.
Let’s be honest here among friends. The only reason to buy knock off products is because we are too cheap to buy the real deal. You know what I mean guys, it’s like buying your girl that fake Coach purse with the “G” rather than the “C” thinking they won’t know the difference.
I can say with a high degree of certainty that this is not the new iPhone 4G.
Nope, in fact, this strange oval phone is actually called the “Leady Apple.” I assume that the bad Chinese translation was supposed to say “Lady Apple”, given it’s girlish figure.
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.
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.
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.
Does this handheld gaming system look familiar at all? When I first saw it, I had to do a double-take too.
While the PXP-900 steals more thant a few of it’s design cues from the Sony PSP, don’t expect it to play the latest PSP games – it only plays retro game ROMs.