By >Akihabara News Team
Shanghai Donya Offer microSIM Cutter
For people in Japan who 1) would import a 3G+wifi iPad from overseas to get around Softbank’s SIM lock on domestic 3G iPads; 2) want to use a pre-existing cellular subscription on their iPad without signing a new contract; you’re now in luck! Evergreen Corp, a Japanese computer peripherals company that sells cheap no-brand products online under the Shanghai Donya brand, has started selling a SIM card cutter to convert your mini-SIM card, found in pretty much every SIM phone outside of the iPhone 4, into the same shape and size as the 3FF SIM used on the iPad (and the iPhone 4). The cutter comes with four micro-to-mini SIM adapters for putting it back in a phone that only accepts mini-SIMs. The cutter weighs 170g and measures 105x34x55 mm; SIM-cutting is at the user’s own risk.