Perhaps, sales of China will not end because they want to give the huge number of products into the market. Moreover, the latest addition to the pack has distributed a good resemblance to the original since the Qingging (aka Dragonfly) company from China introduced a notebook which not only looks like the MacBook Pro but is also powered by Mac OS X. Editors of Giz In China try on testing this clone, the device in question which have a high level of resemblance to the original device developed by the company from Cupertino, California. It is one of the devices which could mislead people who are not experienced in the field of portable computers.
In fact, the design is the same as the unibody aluminum construction and charger. However, some design elements are different from the original; for example, the presence of a Windows Key, double trackpad buttons and VGA, the display size: the clone has 14 inch screen while the original packs 13.3 inch screen. Moreover, the clone’s hardware configuration is completely different. The system which sends into the netbook segment is built a 1.6 Ghz Intel Atom CPU and a maximum of 2 GB of RAM, accompanied by a 500GB HDD, and features a 3G SIM card slot.
Although the system is not low-power configuration, the Chinese engineers at Qingging were able to get Mac OS X 10.6 which is powered on the machine. The clone is a more affordable than the original, but the price of the device depending on the storage option of choice for 2900 Yuan ($436) up to 3300 Yuan ($496).