Another Chinese Rip-off!!

I don’t know how many of you know or have actually seen that in China they manufacture duplicates of every other product available on this earth! By duplicate I mean they will copy the design, function and every thing including color of the original electronic device, no matter where in world it is originally owned and manufactured and then they will give it a different weird name and sell the product. I am from India and India is flooded with Chinese electronic goods (most of which enters country NOT through customs) and you will find a chinese rip-off for everything ranging from a radioshack alarm clock to iPhone, Wii, PS, Xbox and what now. Just look around yourself and every digital/electronic device has been manufactured under a different name in China. Name, that’s the only difference most of the times you will note.

Anyways, the latest rip-off I came across was of Amazon Kindle! Kindle is an e-book reader device developed and manufactured by Amazon. It is a revolution in its field which offers a large and ever increasing offereing of all type of books, international newspapers, magazines. This product completely overshadowed the competitor from Sony. Ok let’s come to the point. A Japanese subsidiary of Chinese Peking University Founder Group Corp., named Founder International, Inc. has come up with the exactly same device but named WeFound. Now that’s a funny name. Its more like “Ok people, We Found a new product which is an ebook reader device and we are now manufacturing it for you”. Funny. Isn’t it? Check the pictures and read about the rip-off here.

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