Wired: There's a huge section at CES called iLounge, where a horde of accessory makers showcase laptop bags, protective phone cases, power chargers and more, all aimed at Apple users. A better name for this section would be Mini Shenzhen.
A myriad of exhibitors there were from that Chinese city, which is famous for selling counterfeit iPhones, bootleg Windows discs and pirated DVDs. At CES, we spotted some really intriguing and occasionally crappy Apple accessories from Shenzhen exhibitors -- and a few U.S. companies -- on the show floor.
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