The Xiaomi Mi Pad, Onda V919 3G Air and Archos 97 Platinum are some inexpensive tablets that technology pundits consider as knockoffs and clones of certain iPad models. Despite having physical similarities to the iPad, these tablets run Android or Windows instead of the iOS mobile operating system. In addition, their display resolution matches that of the iPad's Retina display, which is 2,048 by 1,536 pixels.
The Xiaomi Mi Pad is a 7.9-inch tablet with a Tegra K1 processor, 2 gigabytes of RAM and an 8-megapixel main camera. Available storage options are 16 and 64 gigabytes. The Mi Pad's body uses the same polycarbonate material found in the iPhone 5c. Its user interface, while based on the Android system, bears a resemblance to iOS 7.
The Onda V919 3G Air is a 9.7-inch tablet with an Intel Atom Z3736F processor and Intel HD graphics chip. It has two operating systems pre-installed: Windows 8.1 with Bing and Android 4.4.4 KitKat. As an iPad look-alike, Onda V919 3G Air has similar dimensions, bottom speaker grills and a circular home button.
The Archos 97 Platinum is a 9.7-inch tablet with a quad-core processor, an eight-core graphics chip and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It has several connectivity options, including a micro-USB port, microSD slot and video output. Unlike previous Archos tablets, the 97 Platinum features an aluminum body.