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  1. #1 China makes Knock-Off Vita powered by android 
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    Called the Yinlips YDPG18, the Android-powered portable has a gravity sensor, front and back cameras, a large LCD screen, 1080p support, and a front touch-screen.











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    A gravity sensor? Really? Is it sensing how much gravity DOESN'T change no matter where you are on earth?
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    lol Yin Lips.
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    these chinese markerts are getting fast, its not even out in the US Yet (vita) and its allready got its ripoffs,
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    It looks more like a PSP, just saying. The company sounds like a knock off of Philips, also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cael View Post
    these chinese markerts are getting fast, its not even out in the US Yet (vita) and its allready got its ripoffs,
    It's not even out in Japan yet either, lol
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    i think they're called accelerometers, yo.

    what it needed was a gyrometer
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesexyone View Post
    i think they're called accelerometers, yo.
    I bet you're right about that. Seems like a translation issue.

    Also, here is the review!

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    Woowww...
    It's a "crazy" stuff...
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    China can makes a large range products...
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    Dude, gravity does change, yo.
    Well the way I see it, I'm the judge and my bullets are the jury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -GunslingerGirl- View Post
    Dude, gravity does change, yo.
    Gravity is incredibly even across the entire surface of earth. Obviously gravity will be different in Death Valley than it would be on top of Mt. Everest but I think the difference would be so immeasurably small that you'd need technology FAR beyond what the Yinlips YDPG18 can offer you.

    I'm going with the assumption that they're accelerometers.
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