China IPad Clone: IPad Alternatives?
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 October 2010 09:24 Written by Anthony Chu Wednesday, 13 October 2010 09:24
Either you lead or follow and Chinese manufacturing houses have been chasing Apple’s designs for years. The iPad is just their latest victim. You can’t blame them, really. It’s the hottest device since the rotary phone.
We’ve seen a steady stream of iPad clone flowing onto the web for months. Here’s the seven best China iPad starting with three “advanced” iPad clone.
[I:http://www.yourinfohouse.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/AnthonyChu10.jpg]ePad – A “high-end” iPad clone: Android 2.1, 1Ghz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU, 512MB of RAM, and a 10-inch display. You would think all that tech would be enough to grant the clone a proper name right?
[I:http://www.yourinfohouse.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/AnthonyChu8.jpg]M1touch – Take the iPhone, replace the silver styling with white and add a slide-out keyboard that can double as a stand, then this China iPad was born. Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz CPU, 2GB DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi + 3G network connectivity and it runs Windows 7 Ultimate. Not too shabby.
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LifePad – Don’t make mistake. Though the LifePad has a featured profile different from iPad’s stereotypical style, we still categorize it into iPad clone. However, the LifePad has some high-end hardware configurations: 10.1-inch touch screen, Android 2.1 OS, 1GHz Freescale processor, 512MB of DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi + 3G wireless network connectivity. Not so bad specs!
iPed – The iPed is the first China iPad to hit the scene. It packs the usual Android build into a casing that looks a lot like the real thing. It even ships in a box that’s nearly a photocopy of the iPad’s retail box besides the iPod label is replaced with iPed. Sneaky.
inPad – With the design inspired by iPad, the InPad is obviously an iPad clone. Well, its power is far different from iPad, just with Android 2.0 build, a 600MHz processor, 128MB DDR2 memory, 2GB flash storage and two USB2.0 interface.
Meizu Mbook – Meizu is an excellent iDevice follower. When the original iPhone was launched, they rolled out a named M8 music phone and got very successful return in China market. And now they went all out again for their iPad clone. The Mbook features 8.4-inch screen, an unheard 1.5GHz processor, Wi-Fi + 3G Internet connectivity and GPS function. Anyway, its casing looks obviously like the iPad.
APad – This China iPad comes with a rough design. The 7-inch tablet PC packs an 800MHz ARM11 CPU, 128MB RAM and 2GB flash memory and is equal to run WinCE 6.0 system. Its low price makes it sold by dozens in Chinese markets.
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