Alleged HTC tablet looks like a mini iMac

New images of what could be an upcoming HTC tablet look rather familiar...

Leaked images of an alleged unreleased HTC tablet indicates that the design will not infringe on Apple's iPad. Instead, it looks rather like a miniature iMac.

Cult of Mac reports that the images, which appear to have been taken from a HTC video, were discovered by Twitter user evleaks, and depict a 10in tablet looks extremely similar to the unibody iMac.

The tablet appears to have a dock running along the bottom that closely resembles the OS X dock, as well as an off centre, 16:9 aspect ration display like the one found on an iMac.

It is not yet known whether these images are the real deal, and there has been no official announcement about such product from HTC, but it gave us a giggle when we came across it this morning.

What do you think?

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