Chinese counterfeiters haven't bothered waiting for the 17 October - when Apple will launch its rumoured 7.85in tablet, nicknamed the iPad Mini - before debuting their own.
Indeed, one model has surfaced with dual-SIM support, a feature that will arguably never be seen in any Apple tablet.
According to photos published by Gizchina, it has a very similar design to the original Apple iPad and a silver back, though it costs only around $200 (roughly £140).
The tablet offers a smaller 7in screen compared to the 7.85in screen diagonal the iPad Mini is alleged to offer. It has a white bezel, runs Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and runs on a Mediatek MT6575 system-on-chip, an older single-core SoC, not unlike the one that powered the first generation Apple iPad.