Before companies like Xiaomi, OPPO, etc. started making their phones with their own beautiful designs, a large chunk of the industry thrived while making iPhone clones (known as chiPhones back in the day.)
Other clones, such as GoPro ones, and MacBook ones, started showing up a little after that.
If a MacBook clone excites you, you will probably like what you see next. It’s — you guessed it — a MacBook clone (not a 1:1 clone, if you’re wondering) with low-cost hardware running inside of it. The device is reportedly made by this Chinese company called GIEC.
Take a look at the device in the short video (by ARMdevices) below:
This laptop runs on an Intel Atom Z3735F processor with 2GB RAM, 32GB on-board ROM and a 10,000mAh battery. The screen is a rather small 11 incher, but that should mean the device scores high points on the mobility factor.
To think of it, the specifications also remind of budget Windows tablets — something perhaps along the lines of the Chuwi Vi10, which has a specs set almost identical to this Windows 10 MacBook clone.
Would you buy one if you got it for like, $150?