If you’re been waiting for a cheaper version of the iPad, one that’s made in China, you’re in luck, as the device exists and it’s called the iPed. This bootleg tablet goes for $105, about $430 cheaper than Apple’s original product, at least in Japan. The iPad is now on sale in Shenzhen, China and it comes with a 7 inch touchscreen display.

Its manual calls it a MID and spells its name wrong: APad. Also, we learn that the iPed is heavier, it’s based on an Intel chip and runs Android. Who wants to bet that they’ll sell millions of units?

[via kotaku]