An online blog claimed to have a photo of perennial Apple cloner Xiaomi’s new MacBook Air clone, and even before it appears to have been outed as a hoax, I had my suspicions.
I've owned a Toshiba NB300 netbook for a few years, and I still take it on business trips. I chose this model largely because its keyboard is full sized - at least in terms of the key pitch - as I have trouble adapting to the more tightly spaced keys found on many other netbooks and tablet accessory keyboards.
China (or is it iChina?) is the king of the cloners, the land where fake electronics can be more popular than the real deal, where intellectual property rights are but figments of western imagination and where not just electronics are faked, but even entire shopfronts.
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