Another story that I missed when it was originally out months ago, but I’ll run with it anyways. As you all know, China likes to copy things- in their own way. If Apple makes an iPad, some Chinese company will make an iPad-looking tablet with 1/50 the features that may or may not self destruct when you try to charge it. They’re cheap, but borderline useless. Unfortunately, Google’s “here’s a free OS” policy with Android has given these Chinese muppets a new feature to slap on their wind-up electronics and that has resulted in quite a devices that sound better on paper than they are in real life. Best Buy’s BBYOpen site got their hands one such device and posted a series of pictures of the comical sort of what you can do with it. Check out the full series of pictures here.
15 uses for a Chinese Android tablet courtesy of Best Buy16
About the Author
Andreas Ødegård was an associate editor at Pocketables. He's more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets and tends to stick with his choice of device for a long time as a result of that. Currently that includes an iPad mini and a Samsung Galaxy S II.