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Motorola Domino+ Spotted In The Wild

Posted in Motorola by Reuben Drake on August 2nd, 2011

This new budget phone will be offered by Motorola this month in China. Thе Motorola Domino+, model number XT531, had already hit the FCC last week and wіlƖ hаνе a price point οf 2198 yuan (around $341). What kind of specs does it have?

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Dell Streak 10 Pro Tablet Hits China

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2011

Dell will release the Streak 10 Pro tablet in the Chinese market later this Summer. the tablet is powered by the Google Android Honeycomb OS and has a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) multitouch display, and a 1GHz dual core nVidia Tegra 2 processor.

Other features include 1GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back and a front-facing 2-megapixel camera for video chat, an SDHC card reader, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR. No info on pricing yet. Hopefully we will know soon.

Dell Streak 10 Pro launching in China this summer

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2011

Dell has confirmed its 10-inch Honeycomb tablet, the Streak 10 Pro along with another Windows 7 tablet for enterprise customers later in the year. Dell’s priority for this Android tablet is in developing countries though and it will hit China this summer over the US or even across Europe.

That may seem like an odd move, but Dell is number two in the market over there and they can get it out earlier because they don’t need to ship the tablet with the Google Experience over there. Dell sees China as having “more interesting” growth rates, faster adoption rates and “much more savvy” users.

iPad 2 shows up early in China?

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2011

The above mockup was spotted in China and seems to match closely what we have been hearing about the iPad 2. It has a slimmer profile, an almost entirely flat back, larger speaker, and rear- and front-facing cameras. The model number is one for the original Apple TV while the FCC ID is for a WiFi-only iPad, but those could be placeholders since this is a mockup and not a real working tablet.

It looks like the SIM card slot has been repositioned to a slot that was once expected to house an SD card reader. There is also the 3G antenna and the sloped power button and headphone jack.

Presenting The Poop Phone

Posted in Mobile Phones,Uncategorized by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2010

You may or may not be aware of it, but there is a range of phones in China by a manufacturer called OPPO and they sell pretty well. That’s apparently why members of the Shanzai have created a knock-off model. They didn’t just copy, they changed things a round a bit as usual and the result is this new POOP line of cellphones.

We don’t have any info on features or a price, but I can just imagine their advertising. Stay in touch with the power of Poop. Or Put a Poop in your hands today.

Hanvon’s color e-reader now taking pre-orders in China

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

Remember Hanvon’s new color e-reader? It’s up for pre-order in China for the insane price of 3,500 Chinese Yuan. That’s $530. The report comes from DigiTimes. That’s pretty steep, but I guess they figure that the very first E Ink Triton-equipped device anywhere is worth a premium.

Whatever the reason you can pre-order the device if you happen to be in China and have the dough. Assuming you don’t mind paying a tablet price for an ereader.

China is getting a Kinect clone

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2010

Technically video game consoles are banned in China, but of course you can still get one on the gray market. That means that most people won’t be able to get an Xbox 360 or the upcoming Kinect system. So a company from China is rolling out the eBox gaming console which is controller-free.

It looks like its a clone of the Kinect since it also uses a webcam-style device. We don’t know much more about it, but we do know it will come bundled with 30 or so games.

iRiver Cover Story now available in China

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 8th, 2010

The e-reader market just keeps getting flooded with new gear. Looks like several Chinese online magazines like Sohu.com and 21.cn.com have started selling the iRiver Cover Story. This eReader features a 3.5-inch touchscreen, e-paper and supports ePub, PDF, FM2, TXT, HWP, DOB, PPT, XLS, MP3 and WMA file formats.

The device measures just 126mm x 162.8mm × 9.5mm. Some other features include a mini USB port, 2GB of internal memory and an SD/SDHC card reader for storage expansion.

Renshui China’s smart faucets

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on July 8th, 2010

Renshui high-tech faucets from China not only look stylish, but they are smarter than other faucets. The flow and temperature of the water is controlled by the built-in ‘smart chip’. All you need to do is touch it and you can change the settings anyway you like for a perfect bath.

A smart indicator light keeps you safe from burns. The water’s temperature is displayed right there on the body of the faucet itself. It sure looks luxurious.

Next-gen iPhone cases surface in China

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2010

Looks like the first next-gen iPhone cases are starting to surface. Hardmac received the image above from one of its contacts in China, the model name reveals the manufacturer to be Shenzhen Soonleader Electronic Co.

It has all the right curves, including a larger opening for a flash and the spaces for the new side buttons can be seen. This might just be the manufacturer trying to get a jump start, or it could be something more official.

Nokia 6702 Slide and Nokia 1706 head for China

Posted in Nokia by Conner Flynn on May 11th, 2010

Those who live in China and are looking for a new phone should check out Nokia’s two new CDMA phones. The Nokia 6702 Slide and the Nokia 1706 candybar phone. The former features a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual-LED flash, 2.6-inch 240 x 320 pixel display, Bluetooth and support for Java MIDP 2.0 applications.

We don’t have any details on the Nokia 1706 just yet and we have nothing on the pricing and release dates for these phones, but we do know that both will be available in China very soon.

Oval iPhone from china

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 19th, 2010

This Oval iPhone from China is clearly designed for the ladies. It looks like it could be any number of womanly things. Maybe a makeup mirror or compact. It’s called the ‘Lady Apple’. I can almost hear you ladies swooning. The phone bears the Apple logo and the word ‘iPhone’, so you know you can trust it right?

Looks like it has pretty average specs, including built-in games, media playback, a digital camera and an FM radio. The round design actually looks kind of slick.

MacBook Air clone includes a clone box

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on February 5th, 2010

This MacBook Air clone goes the extra mile by including a clone of the MacBooks box as well, along with a manual and necessary drivers. Imagine when you open this package and find that what’s inside isn’t from Cupertino at all.

I wonder if this is enough to get Apple’s lawyers all hot and bothered. However, you have to give the cloner here some credit, it does have a user replaceable battery. It you want the package above, it will cost you $278. Possibly much more if you see this on Ebay and think it’s the real deal.

Leica MP Golden Camera Limited Edition

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2010

2009 marked the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China and so Leica has a little gift to commemorate the event. The MP Golden Camera Limited Edition. The camera comes with a Leica Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4 Gold lens.

In fact both the camera and lens are coated in 24k gold, and the body is dressed in Leica Red Box calf leather. Only 60 of these will be available, so if you want one you better hurry.

Google to stop censoring results in China

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

Google has made a bold statement today and most would say that it is about time. It has announced that it will no longer censor search results on the Chinese version of the search engine. Apparently they are serious about it, even if it ends in the shut down of Google.cn. It seems that enough is finally enough. From the Official Google Blog:

We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn, and so over the next few weeks we will be discussing with the Chinese government the basis on which we could operate an unfiltered search engine within the law, if at all. We recognize that this may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially our offices in China.