Android Gaming Tablet Archos GamePad with PS VITA Controls

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Uncategorized

Have you thought of a PS Vita-like Android tablet from Archos? Then here is the Archos 7 home GamePad Running Android 4.0 with video game accessories complete. Archos already has its hands on the kiddie market-tablet with its 7-inch pad Arnova child, and now a game controller-based Android is about to be a space populated this October.When Google launched Android 4.0, it has also opened the possibility of tablets game, although few manufacturers have explored this avenue. Archos hopes to target players with a new generation of tablet that it called the GamePad, which offers a mix of Android tablet and gaming console-style controls.

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The GamePad is a 7-inch Android 4.0 tablet at its base, but it was designed to be held like a joystick games console with a selection of buttons on each side of the screen and on top. The layout is very similar to the PS Vita, with the formation of diamond buttons A, B, X and Y on the right, a D-pad on the left and two analog sticks flattened on each side of the movement. There are also two shoulder buttons, the N64, which should be perfect for racing titles.
Archos claims it has developed a unique system that allows the buttons that would normally be on the touch screen to be automatically mapped to physical buttons and sticks on the tablet itself. In theory, you should be able to download any game and start playing with the physical checks, rather than spend time assign functions to each part button.The other relatively intelligent GamePad Archos its price “less than € 150 (? 120).” PlayStation Vita cost around ? 200.Under hood, GamePad Archos packs a dual-core 1.5 GHz CPU and a Mali 400MP quad-core GPU.In Digital Foundry’s words, Richard Leadbetter this afternoon, which is “nearly as good” as PlayStation Vita, which has a quad-core and quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4 + Archos GPU.Inside the GamePad is a dual-core 1.5GHz A9 processor coupled with chip quad-core Mali 400MP graphics, both of which should fill pretty decent tablet for playing some of the most demanding titles on Android today, as Shadowgun and Dead Trigger.The tablet has 8GB of internal storage which is pretty ridiculous considering the highest title Android closer to 1 GB or more, although there is a slot for micro SD card that gives you the option of adding up to 64GB more . From what we can see, the 7-inch screen that seems to be pretty much enough, but there is also a mini HDMI port if you want to transfer the image onto a large screen TV.
I hope we can get the demo game pad soon. Everything is necessary to try to tell the truth.