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Very Convincing Fake Nintendo DS Lite Purchased On eBay

Posted in Nintendo DS by Reuben Drake on May 12th, 2011

That DS Lite above looks pretty genuine right? That’s what the buyer thought too when he purchased it on eBay. When he opened the package he knew something was wrong. The corrugated cardboard box was the first suspicious giveaway. Then on the back of the box there was pixelated English text.

When he opened the package he found that yes it was a fake, however, it still played DS and GBA games in their proper slots. The surface of the system has some small pockmarks, which is not up to Nintendo’s high quality assurance standards and the inner bezel is also discolored.

Sony NGP with Xbox 360 detailing shows up in China

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2011

Check this out. Somebody has a split personality. This knock-off NGP is called the iReadyGo RG. It’s a rip off of Sony’s upcoming handheld with the same 5-inch touchscreen, however it has some identity problems. The detailing is clearly inspired by the Xbox 360.

Other specs are rumored to include a 1GHz Cortex-A8 CPU, 720p camera, HDMI-out, and video playback compatibility for MP4, WMV, AVI, and many more. Apparently it will also have Android too, since iReadyGo is looking for six senior Android developers. No word on pricing or availability yet, but we will just wait for the real deal.

Fake Nintendo cartridge iPhone covers

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

There’s this whole fascination with making iPhones look like different things by using clever cases, which makes us wonder…If the iPhone is so awesome looking, why are you hiding it? But that’s a question for another time. Behold, you can now make your phone look like an old Nintendo cartridge.

These iPhone 4 cases were designed by meteor and are made to look like the back of old Famicom and N64 cartridges. These cost a crazy $57, so we imagine that only hardcore Nintendo geeks will be rocking this look.

Did Walmart sell a Georgia man a fake iPad?

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2011

This story smells a bit fishy, but a Georgia man claims that a local Walmart sold him a fake iPad, and now the store is refusing to give him a refund.

The iPad shown in the video below is obviously one of those fake display models Walmart uses to trick thieves, but how did Ken Lamal end up with this in his box instead of a new authentic iPad? That’s the question. This story just doesn’t sound right though. In the video, the reporter takes it to an Apple tech to confirm that it isn’t the real thing. I mean, come on. You should know better. The tech says that it’s probably a “brick in the box” return, meaning that a customer bought an iPad, then substituted the display model for the real thing and returned it for a refund.

EFO iPazzPort HTPC Keyboard looks like a BlackBerry

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on August 8th, 2010

This EFO iPazzPort keyboard looks a lot like a BlackBerry. A rare Albino Blackberry. This is the third generation model and as such adds on function keys that can be used during bootup (You know, the old “Hit F1 to enter BIOS”), dedicated keys for playing and pausing etc, and a laser pointer.

There is also of course the convenient QWERTY keyboard. It can be yours for just $45. It won’t make calls.

BP posts fake Oil Crisis Command Center photo

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2010

In addition to all of the other lies that BP has been caught telling, now they have been exposed for posting a Photoshopped image of their Oil Crisis Command Center on the main BP website. The original image posted by BP which has now been removed, looks legitimate at first glance. But upon closer examination, it is obviously a very poor cut and paste job.

A spokesman for BP said that there was nothing sinister in the photo alteration and provided the original unaltered version. He said that a photographer working for the company had inserted the three images in spots where the video screens were blank.

iPhone 4 Display Dummy

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2010

You won’t have any reception issues with this version of the iPhone 4. No reception problems, no dropped calls, nothing. You can’t make a call on it at all. The Apple iPhone 4 Display Dummy Phone is a white version of the iPhone 4 that weighs the same as the actual iPhone.

Maybe this will make you feel better if you haven’t gotten an iPhone 4 yet. Or use it as a decoy, so a thief can steal the dummy. Or just look trendy and cool without spending a ton of money.

Pandora Mini Mac Nettop

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 20th, 2010

If the Pandora Mini Mac nettop looks familiar it’s because this is actually a Mac mini clone that comes with a Chinese porcelain painting on the top, adding a touch of color and style to it’s fakeness.

This nettop features a 1.6Ghz dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor, nVidia Geforce 9400M Graphics, 1G RAM, a 160GB hard drive and WI-FI connectivity. Some additional features include a DVD-RW optical drive, an HDMI port and a VGA port.

iPad Dummy is an iPad for dummies

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2010

Want to fool your friends? Hey check out my new iPad. Sucker! It’s a fake. Anyway, the iPad is sold out and backordered almost everywhere, so you can get this fake version and pretend that you have a real one.

The iPad Dummy looks just like the iPad, but it’s made completely of plastic, instead of aluminum and glass. Heck you can use it as a cool serving tray if you want. Or a decoy, so thieves steal the fake and not the real one.

Fake painting blocks cellphone signals

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

We aren’t sure why you would want to block all cell signals in your home. Maybe if you are a super villain or a spy this would come in handy. Maybe you just want people to stay off the phone and focus.

Anyway, this cell phone jammer is disguised to look like a generic painting of some boats. People will just think you buy crap art and they will stop visiting you because you live in a dead zone. It will cost you $150. Hey, art uglier than this costs a lot more.

Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks like an Apple product

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

This Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks familiar. Like a familiar Apple product. It does do some unique tricks though. It uses resonance to transmit the sound from your iPod or iPhone through a hard surface like a wooden table, or marble floor.

There’s also an audio amplifier, but we’re skeptical about the audio quality that this device delivers. With it’s 3.5mm line-in jack, you can hook up non-Apple audio devices as well.

iRobot iPad clone

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2010

The M003 Apad, a.k.a. iRobot, is a 7-inch, Android-OS iPad clone that costs $199.99 and is now available for shipping. The Apad supports Google Maps, HD video support and even has an integrated integrated webcam. There’s also 2GB of built-in storage though SD cards are supported.

Something tells me that this device won’t sell over a million in it’s first month, though many would buy this one just to get an iPad alternative.

Dell Adamo gets cloned

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2010

The Dell Adamo will normally cost you quite a bit, but if you are more budget minded, you can still get similar style without the huge price tag. Just get a clone. As usual the folks from Shenzhen have you covered.

Looks like this one also has an aluminum chassis, but the color isn’t doing anything for us. They didn’t clone the specs though. Instead you’ll find netbook specs like an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, an 11.6″ display, 1GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive.

iPad clone for $290

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on March 28th, 2010

Apple’s iPad won’t be the only iPad launching on April 3rd. It will be joined by a clone from Shenzhen Huayi, who will release their fake iPad on that date for $290. That’s half the price of the real iPad.

It goes without saying that you get what you pay for though. I mean, look at that click wheel at the bottom. You certainly won’t be tricked into buying one of these based on looks alone. Probably better to spend your dough on the real thing.

BlueBerry gets upgraded with optical pad

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

We’ve seen the BlueBerry before. And when it came time for the real thing to make the transition from trackballs to optical pads, this clone just had to do the same. The end result is the BlueBerry 9500 you see here.

Specs include a TV tuner (with 9-inch retractable antenna), dual SIM support, and WiFi. The optical pad is even said to be “decent.” Are you interested in a Blueberry, outside of your muffins?