Tablet Pc Windows 7 China

Since Apple released its original iPad, so many iPad clone have been drip rolled out into markets with numerous logos. Now we review Best 7 China iPad pioneering with three “high-end” iPad clone.


ePad – Among all iPad clone, ePad seems to be a high-end gadget powered by decent hardware. It packs a 10.1″ touch screen, ARM Cortex-A8 1GHz CPU equal to iPad’s A4 processor, 512MB of RAM memory and runs Android 2.1 system. Benefitting from these specifications, it is popular in those knockoff fanboys since released.

M1touch – You might have ever seen something like this China iPad somewhere? This iPhone-styled tablet PC packs 10.2-inch capacitive multi-touch screen, win 7 Tablet PC Ultimate system, Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi and optional 3G module, 1.3MP web camera and three USB2.0 interfaces

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 – As the first China iPad, the iPed was released two months before Apple iPad. However, due to its release in a hurry, the iPed comes with inborn deformity. It just copies iPad’s profile and packing box style just with replacing iPed with the iPad logo without any remarkable specifications.

inPad – From its profile design, you can easily recognize the Inkia inPad as an iPad clone. Well, except the profile, it is far from iPad, just coming with a 600MHz processor, 128MB RAM memory, Android 2.1 operation system and 2 USB ports.

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Meizu Mbook – Meizu Mbook is rolled out by the manufacturer Meizu that became very known in China due to its successful copy of Apple iPhone. Now Apple released the iPad and they…

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