The iPod range has been victims of counterfeits and clones for quite some time already, and this time round we have the iPod Shuffle 3G being faked by something that looks clearly large enough to be an iPod nano instead. Well, on the other hand, it ought to be full of hot air within as it tips the scales at a mere 14 grams, featuring an integrated FM tuner with audio recording capability, a phone book function (no need to carry that tiny paper notepad anymore), and an e-book carrier. Why do we call it so? That’s because it also emulates the Shuffle’s screenless look. No idea on who is going to fork out $23 for this.