Not Another iPad Clone Running Windows!… At least this one is cheap!…

Not Another iPad Clone Running Windows!… At least this one is cheap!…

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Still has that ugly Windows button though

On a whole Chinese tablets have really ‘leveled up’ over the course of this year. Although quality is improving, specifications are improving while prices have begin to drop, even we find it difficult to get excited about the majority of the new tablets getting announced!

The reason for our lack of enthusiam regarding the latest drive by Chinese tablet makers to improve, is the fact that we are just seeing the same devices with slightly different styling repackaged and rebranded over and over again!

This latest Windows 7 iPad clone is a perfect example of what tablet makers are typically releasing these days.

iPad clone with Intel Atom Cpu cooling vents on the rear.

The design is a complete rip off of the last generation, original, iPad 1, with the addition of cooling vents around the back….

This Windows iPad clone gets 2 x USB plus HDMI and an SD card reader

A couple of plugs, including 2 x USB, HDMI out and an SD card reader at the bottom..

Still has that ugly Windows button though

And the tell tale Windows logo on the home button…

That may look like a front camera but it ain't

On the inside it’s more of the same hardware we have seen time and time again; 16Gb SSD hard drive, an Intel Atom CPU running at 1.66ghz, 1Gb RAM, and a 10 inch resistive screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768.

An iPad clone for $292 running windows 7

It’s all pretty standard and extremely boring…… However the price is pretty damn surprising!

Once on sale this 800g iPad clone running Windows 7 will set you back a cheap as chips price of only 1900 Yuan ($292) roughly half the price of a similaily spec’d 16Gb iPad 2!

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Via: Shanzhaiben

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