Real Apple Store Fixes Fake MacBook Air

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What happens when you're in China and your MacBook Air knockoff breaks down? You bring it to the Genius Bar of an Apple Store, of course. And what'll they do? They'll fix it out of the kindness of their hearts.


This is supposedly what happened to a Chinese man who visited the Pudong Apple Store in Shanghai, China. The MacBook Air was confirmed to be a knockoff and the store was indeed a real Apple-certified location. Pretty nice of them to help this man out, isn't it? [Mic Gadget]

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Here is an unboxing of the KIRF Air. Inside is a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive and a 4 cell battery. It costs about $280. It appears to be running Windows.