A Wii but not as we know it. Packaging for The Mini DVD player appears to share more than a striking resemblance to Ninty's motion controlled console. Pure coincidence or clever marketing ploy? We'll let you decide on that one...
Looking strikingly similar to Amazon's big selling ereader, Peking University Founder are the company behind this Kindle-lookalike that features a navigational wheel, SIM support and will cost you around $210 to prise one away.
3. Sony Style L80 Mini laptop
Sony Style L80 Mini laptop
If the Vaio P is just a bit out of your price range, you could always opt for this ultra portable PC from KIRF manufacturer Sony Style. Firstly, there's no association with Sony despite the name, and for around $300, you'll get a 8.9-inch screen ultra portable PC with a 1.6GHz Atom processor and a 16GB hard disk.
4. Super Wonderful Mario
Super Wonderful Mario
Remember when the Italian plumber had to save Snow White and the seven dwarves? No, neither do we, but according to this game cartridge, the adventure does exist...
5. T32 iphone knockoff
T32 iphone knockoff
A admirable iPhone-lookalike from its appearance, it's a shame that the same can't be said about the specs. The 2.5G handset has a 3-megapixel camera that you'll brand useless for video calling as the connection will be too slow to make them.
Drawn between whether it should be PlayStation or Wii? Well the Nintendo Polystation could solve that conundrum. Apparently you can look forward to Digital Stereo and built-in programmes.
7. Smart Cover clone
Inevitably clones of the Apple Smart Cover were going to surface and this may just be the worst offender. While it appears to incorporate the same magnetic hinge design, the guys at Mic Gadget found that it was by no means robust. Apparently it gives off quite a bad smell, which can't be good for the commute.