Keepin' it real fake, part CLXXIX: AURA clone loses a vowel and a lot of class
byTim Stevens||February 4th 2009 at 8:13amFebruary 4th 2009 8:13 am
Despite finding it incredibly luscious to behold, we realize not everyone can afford to drop $2,000 on a piece of pocket jewelery like the Motorola AURA -- ourselves sadly included. Regardless, we would never advise anyone to go the KIRF route, and that includes the RicT-007 AVRA. It looks to offer something of the etched beauty of Moto's choice handset but lacks the exclusivity, cherry wood packaging, and, we presume, the solid feel of the real thing. Yes that 750 yuan price (about $100) is mighty tempting, but resist, fair readers, resist.