It’s official: the Chinese iPad Mini knock-off (the GooPad Mini) is here! If you’re looking for a cheaper iPad Mini and you’re not an Apple fanatic, a fake iPad Mini running Android might be a better option for you. Scambook TV bought one of the hotly anticipated GooPad Mini gadgets, an Android tablet from China.
Kase gives an exclusive unboxing review of this fake iPad Mini. He shows us a side-by-side
comparison of the GooPad Mini and the Apple iPad Mini, then displays some of the GooPad’s external features: HDMI, USB, microphone/headphone jack, power charger slot, and micro SD card slot.
We ordered our new GooPad Mini (fake iPad Mini) from a website overseas for $129 USD (plus overseas shipping). A real new iPad Mini starts at $329 USD.
That’s almost a $200 discount! Wow!
Do you want a Cheaper iPad Mini even if it’s Fake?
Is the iPad Mini knockoff worth the savings, or should consumers spend the extra cash to get the real deal from Apple? The GooPad looks and feels like a worthy substitute, but form isn’t everything. We’re waiting to find out how it works compared to the iPad before we reach any conclusions.
Right now, Kase is testing the GooPad Mini in action. He’ll return in our next video with a full review comparing how the GooPad Mini measures up to the iPad Mini.
Scambook’s GooPad Mini vs. iPad Mini Video Review will compare:
- Touchscreen sensitivity and durability
- Start-up speed
- Camera quality
- WiFi connectivity
- Battery life
- FaceTime vs. Google+
- Music player
- Popular apps like Angry Birds
- Tech specs like display resolution
- And more!
So stay tuned and subscribe to Scambook TV on YouTube to get our full in-depth review in the next video! You can also download Scambook TV as a free iTunes podcast.
Want more Apple knock-offs? Check out our video reviews of a popular fake iPhone 5 model, the Hero H2000+, at the links below:
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