Mito M2 Android iPad Clone Gets a Lifestyle Photo-Shoot, Chinese Style

We can't help but remain somewhat in awe at some of the things Chinese knock-offs manufacturers are up to these days, and we're not necessarily talking about endless iPad cloning here (although that might be considered an issue as well), but also about the increasingly-detailed and better quality presentations, with the Mito M2 tablet being one of the best examples.

Now, we're pretty sure that most of you are quite accustomed to the stylish, lifestyle photos that accompany most of the portable devices released on the market these days, portraying the use of the respective product in certain real-life situations (well, more or less).

And, in fact, it seems that Chinese companies have decided that such an approach might actually bolster their products' sales, with Mito setting up exactly such a photo-shoot for its M2 tablet, according to Newpad (where you can find the complete gallery, by the way).

Now, we won't go into too many details regarding the photos themselves, although we'll have to tell you that you shouldn't expect some masterpieces of creative photography (as some of the shots for the iPad or the Kindle actually are), the photographer being apparently more concerned about the real-life aspect (against a purely Chinese background) than the artistic one.

We'll mention, however, that the Mito M2 is a pretty standard iPad knock-off, featuring the same overall form factor, style and packaging, although it's actually running the Android 2.1 operating system.

Other features of the Mito M2 worth mentioning include the Rockchip RK2818 processor, 256MB memory, 8-inch 800 x 600 resolution capacitive touch screen and 8GB of internal storage, which is not exactly what we'd call a particularly impressive configuration, all things considered.

Unfortunately, no data regarding pricing and/or availability has been provided thus far, but we'll try our best to come up with some interesting news on this topic as soon as possible.

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