Posts Tagged ‘apple’

Unlocked iPhone 4 16GB pre-orders for $699.99/€564.82

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Hong Kong based webshop AllPMP is now taking pre-orders for the unlocked iPhone 4 16GB for $699.99/€564.82, which is quite cheap compared to other webshops and even eBay. The iPhone 4 16GB retails in Europe for around €900 so even with taxes and shipping costs added, this will save you some serious bucks. The only downside is that they expect to ship them around 15 October.


New Apple phone has full QWERTY keyboard

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Okay, so it’s not exactly what most people have in mind when they think of an Apple phone, but you got to give the designers some creativity points. Either that or fire them immediately. On the inside, things don’t fare much better. The specifications mention a whopping 145KB of internal memory and a 2.2″ QVGA screen with a resolution of 640×480, which is impossible, because QVGA is 320×240. If you still can’t resist buying one, you can grab it from Focalprice for $86.11/€68.83, where it’s also available in beautiful pink and green.


Looking for some cheap iPad accessories?

Monday, April 5th, 2010

You just got your fancy new Apple iPad, but don’t want to spend a fortune on some nice accessories? Read on to find out where you can buy these for only a few bucks.


Apple iPad worldwide pre-orders in dollar prices

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

Hong Kong based AllPMP is now taking pre-orders for the much hyped Apple iPad. Starting at $578.99/€423.95 for the 16GB version, it costs considerably less than the 499 euros that Apple will be charging in Europe. It’s not very useful for the Americans amongst us, but those living somewhere else where the iPad will cost more or doesn’t even have a release date, might be delighted by the fact that AllPMP ships worldwide. Besides the 16GB version, they also take pre-orders for the 32GB version for $698.99/€507.80 and the 64GB version for $798.99/€580.45. Depending on the model, they expect to receive 40-100 units between 8 and 16 April, so you got to be quick before they sell out.

New apple MP3 player with speakers looks quite familiar

Friday, February 26th, 2010

What do you do if your products go unnoticed, because all other cheap MP3 player manufacturers from China keep slapping Apple logos on their gadgets? Yep, you just take it to the next level by designing a whole device to look like the famous fruity logo. You can get the Apple Shaped Rechargeable Portable Music Stereo Speaker with FM Radio + SD/MMC/USB/3.5mm (Black) for $26.50/€19.64, or get the red or orange version for the same price. It’s basically a rechargeable speaker with a built in FM radio and MP3 player. No built-in memory, but it sports a USB port and SD card slot. It also comes with a remote and adapters to connect Sony Ericsson and Nokia phones. Oddly, no iPod or iPhone adapters are included, so you need to connect those using the good ol’ 3.5mm jack.

iPod Nano 16GB for a measly $144.99/€100! – Update: not anymore

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

AllPMP, one of my favorite webshops from China just restyled their website. Even better, they added a lot of new products and dropped the prices of some others. The iPod Nano is now available for a measly $144.99/€100. That’s €69 cheaper than what Apple is charging here in Europe. Standard shipping costs are only $6/€4.15. I’m not sure if this is a mistake, so get them while you can.

Update: AllPMP changed the price of the 16GB iPod Nano to $174.99, still €35 cheaper compared to Europe

$7.51 iPod Shuffle knock-off needs memory, doesn’t do the shuffle

Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

Why bother designing your own gadgets if you have companies like Apple already doing that for you? I got to give it to them though, they did rotate the controls 90 degrees counterclockwise compared to the previous generation Apple Shuffle and it does actually make sense if you use the clip on the backside. You still need to supply your own memory in the form of a MicroSD/TF card up to 8GB. The Shuffle clone also doesn’t have a shuffle mode, so you’re out of luck if you’re craving for randomly played music. But, at $7.51/€4.99 from DealExtreme with free worldwide shipping, this might very well be the cheapest MP3 player available, beating the previously cheapest player almost by a dollar.  Isn’t that what we all love the Chinese for? Besides the black USB Rechargeable Portable Screen-Free MP3 Player with TF Slot, you can also find blue, pink, gold and silver versions.

iPod / iPhone Mini Microphone for less than $3

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

DealExtreme just started selling the Mini Microphone for iPhone 3G/iPod Nano 4G/iPod Touch 2G/iPod Classic 120 for a measly $2.97/€2.07 with worldwide shipping included. Besides all these Apple products, this cute little mic will also work with any other device that has a 3.5mm microphone input. It’s available in black, white, yellow, blue and pink.

Apple Netbook iTable on sale, runs Windows XP

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Who are they trying to fool? This isn’t an Apple or netbook. And it sure as hell isn’t a table. But hey,  this tablet does look pretty decent for what it is. Apparently, this Apple Netbook iTable is actually a Highton HT-P68, although that doesn’t sound nearly as cool. Luckily, this device comes without any fruity logo’s printed on it, so you can safely use it in public without being laughed at by some creative Apple users in skinny jeans. Don’t you think all Apple are so unique and creative? They just all have the same phone, computer and mediaplayer.

Anyway Jiongtang, you’re not selling Apples. Drop the price to $200 and I might buy one.