Aocos N19: The Best iPad Clone, runs Android Gingerbread

The Apple iPad is one of the most popular tablet devices on the planet and with popularity comes enemies and wannabes. There are a lot of chinese manufacturers out there that try to copy the elusive iPad and it’s amazing design/touchscreen, but fail almost abruptly. So is not the case with this new iPad clone from a chinese company, which is known as the Aocos N19.

A glance at the Aocos 19 will deceive your eyes and make you believe that you’re looking at an iPad, but when you get closer/nearer to it you’ll realize how wrong you were. The tablet looks very much similar to the original iPad and has 9.7 inch IPS display and a capacitive touchscreen that you normally don’t find on Chinese rip-offs. However, this tablet doesn’t run on iOS, but on Android Gingerbread 2.3.3. MIC gadgets, discovered this amazing rip-off, which has some amazing hardware as well.

The Aocos N19 runs on a 1.2GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, has Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 and comes with a 1024 x 768 IPS display that is bright and has pretty good viewing angles.  It also has 720p HDMI output, 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video calling, a microSD card slot and a miniUSB slot. That’s a lot of good features for a China made tablet!

You probably have an iPad. But some Chinese could not afford it. So what they do? Get an iPad knockoff. The Aocos N19 is the latest iPad clone to hit the scene. Unlike Apple’s original iPad, the Aocos is all about Android. The Aocos N19 is a pretty decent iPad knockoff. It was widely discussed at the local tablet computer forums for its amazing IPS display. At first sight, it is clearly an iPad clone. It packs the usual Android build into a casing that looks a lot like the real thing.

Watch the video of the tablet in action after the break.

So, if you’re looking for a nice affordable tablet, and somehow have a thing for China, then this is your best bet. For 1,499 Yuan or about $235, you can make this yours. Also check out the iPhone Fakes and the complete Apple Store rip-off from China.

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