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WTF?: Economic Imitation of a MacBook Air … with Android 4.0

WTF?: Economic Imitation of a MacBook Air ... with Android 4.0

Left: N2-A. Right: Apple MacBook Air.

There is everything in the Lord’s vineyard, including cheap of popular products, with manufacturers sometimes take risks with interesting innovations that they can fail miserably or be a great success. We leave the judgment of the reader to decide on this model, called THD N2-A and for a copy of the computer ultra-thin MacBook Air, but instead of using Mac OS X or Windows siqueira, is powered by 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, here is the interesting thing.

And to be surprised with the price: only USD $ 149 USD, amount for which you get a 13.3 inch LED screen with 1366 x 768, processor running at 1.2GHz based on ARM Cortex-A8, 1GB RAM, 8GB storage via solid state drive (SSD), two USB ports, WiFi, SD card reader, HDMI port and a 4200 mAh battery that should last at least 8 hours of continuous use.

With weight 1.5Kg, this team is not bad to meet daily tasks, and that despite being an imitation, shows excellent performance for a price completely irresistible. Does the “but”? It is not sold directly to consumers for $ 149, and that to access this price you must buy at least 500 units from the manufacturer-THD-, so it is safe to say we’ll see him hovering around $ 200 in showcases.

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Above: Apple MacBook Air. Below: THD N2-A.

Link: THD N2-A is a MacBook Air KIRF Ice Cream Sandwich That runs for $ 149, we go hands-on (video) (Engadget)

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