A company in Hong Kong has made an iPhone looking tablet PC running on Windows 7 while the rest of the geek world is still busy running Android on iPhone 2G. They are calling it the “iPhone Tablet”. This enlarged iPhone tablet was displayed at the annual HKEF (SE) 2010.  


What’s really amazing is that it’s not manufactured by Apple but a company in Hong Kong and it runs on Intel Atom processor. Here are the complete specs and photos of this iPhone Tablet.

  • Processor: Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz
  • Memory: 1GB DDR2
  • Screen: 10 inch 1024X600 resolution, capacitive touch screen
  • Operating System: Windows 7
  • Others: GPS, 3G, HDMI output,
  • Weight: 1.2 kg

It’s slightly thicker then iPad but is in the shape of iPhone and it runs Windows 7. That is one hell of a replica combination you could achieve. Moreover, there is an on-screen keyboard too.

We are still not sure whether the design of this iPhone looking Windows 7 tablet machine has violated any of the Apple’s iPhone design patents and whether it will be sold in US legally or not.

This just proves that Chinese are hell good at replicating almost anything! It’s not that this machine is crap, after all it’s a complete PC so you get the PC + iPhone experience on one machine.

Problems have been reported with the battery life which drains sooner then you would expect since this is one of the weak points of Chinese devices.

I am still wondering whether this will be able to run the Microsoft’s Touch Pack apps since it’s a multi-touch Windows 7 machine.

Note: This device is not made by Apple but is a replica of iPhone powered by Intel Atom and running Windows 7.

[via Engadget]