Nikon Speaker Lens Is Just What You Think It Is

Photography geeks are never satisfied with only coffee lens mugs, that's why this outrageously bad sounding single eBay speaker made to look like a Nikon 55-200mm lens would make a great stocking stuffer for the Holidays at around $20. It will probably alienate your Canon shooting friend too. You can grab this Nikon speaker lens of a knockoff in the traditional black or opt for the more ridiculously looking, extravagant silver painted one if you want to be different. Want the lowdown on specs? It's packing a built-in rechargeable battery that's charged using a USB cable, micro-SD memory card support, 3.5mm audio output and playback control buttons. Trust us when we say this isn't going to sound any better than your iPhone's speaker.

Nir Schneider


Could This Be The iPhone 5's Design?

Rumors are getting stronger day by day as we near the official announcement of the iPhone 5 from Apple. In the meantime, a Chinese iPhone 5 clone has surfaced and it's believed to be true to what the iPhone 5 will look like when it'll be released. We've seen an identical iPad 2 clone that was created by some Chinese company that turned out to be near identical to what the iPad 2 is today. So there's a major chance that what we're seeing here could in fact be what the iPhone 5 will look like.

The iPhone 5 clone suggests that the iPhone 5 will go back to its roots with a more tapered all around front and back redesign and a thinner form factor than the iPhone 4. Of course this iPhone 5 clone can only help us imagine what Apple's next iPhone could look like, and it's just a matter of time until our imagination will finally get to rest once the real deal reveals itself. Head on over to M.I.C Gadget for a their review of the iPhone 5 clone and a whole bunch of photos. Or jump after the break for a video of this thing in action. Oh China, what will they knockoff next?

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Acer Rips Off The Macbook Air

With an earlier article that we posted about the redesigned 2011 MBA, was actually a unreleased Acer Product. The picture is Acer's rumored Aspire 3951 that looks very familiar to the MBA. It has SSD, Sandy Bridge Processor, and is also light and thin. It is almost an exact copy and paste of the MBA, though the Acer is a tad bit heavier on an electronic scale. Looks like Acer is trying to copy Cupertino's design and cash in, but this isn't the first time someone has tried to do this. The Acer Aspire is expected to cost between $770 and $960.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Desperately Wants A Smart Cover Of Its Own

Although these Smart Cover rip-offs that were made for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 weren't really approved by Samsung from the start, that didn't stop their accessory maker, Anymode, from bluntly copying Apple's iconic Smart Cover in exact colors and material offerings. Anymode's excuse was that their Smart Case for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 didn't use the iPad 2's and Apple's Smart Cover magnetic functionality. Samsung has already pulled the accessory made by Anymode even before Apple had the chance to get involved. I've got a feeling that you'll still be able to find these exact Smart Cover look-alikes for your Galaxy Tab 10.1 somewhere on eBay. Smart Covers make any tablet look good.

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SwitchEasy CapsuleRebel iPad 2 Case Gets A Clone Treatment

It doesn't look like SwitchEasy is going to release their CapsuleRebel case for the iPad 2 anytime soon. Well, what do you know, Case2Case has done SwitchEasy a favor by releasing a CapsuleRebel case clone or knockoff, whichever you would like to call it, and called it the Rib Cage. This CapsuleRebel look-alike is a direct knockoff of SwitchEasy's CapsuleRebel case for the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G. The only difference here is the Case2Case version has a glossy and cheap looking spine. It's made out of a TPU material and is available in 7 colors for $17.99. Those of you who are familiar with the SwitchEasy saying - everything but the kitchen sink is not included this time. Hit up the source link if you dare.