The pounding on my door and persistent ringing of the door bell marks the start of Halloween night and also the end of the month.
As I’m unsure of who or what is pounding on the door I’m playing it safe by staying in and writing up my fave knock off gadgets of the month.
1600 yuan for a complete desk top computer is truly remarkable, especially for one which looks as good as this!
From a distance you would easily mistake this for the previous generation iMac’s, and for all intents and basic computing purposes this Atom powered Windows 7 running machine will work just as well.
More details here.
Vaio TT clone
It’s taken 2 years for this Vaio TT clone to hit the shelves, but the wait is well worth it. Great styling a 12.1 inch screen and an insanely low 1500 yuan price tag.
Full spec and photos here.
Flytouch iPad Clone
Sure there are plenty of iPad clones on the market running Android operating systems, but the Flytouch adds some nice features and a great looking 3D interface to the mix.
Read a complete run down of the Flytouch’s features, plus comparison to the ePad here.
Nike 2015 Hyperdunk Copies aka Marty Mcfly Back to the Future Shoes
The discovery of these knock off basketball boots worked out nicely for both the 25th anniversary of the Back to the Future movies and also Halloween. Where as genuine 2015 Hyperdunks were limited to only 100 pairs and post upwards of $5000 in the States, these copies only cost $35 and are readily available.
More info and pics here.
Nokia 3G Booklet Clone
The ultra portable Nokia Booklet net book got a Shanzhai makeover too this month. It’s as ugly as the original but at a fraction of a price.
Full spec and details here.