Android powered Gamepad 2 looks like a Wii U GamePad clone

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Chinese electronics maker JXD have made a name, and living, for themselves by creating some of the most popular Android based handheld gaming clones available, and now the Nintendo Wii U is here they have turned their attention to the GamePad.

Like other JXD devices their GamePad 2 (aka JXD s7300) runs Android, features a touch-screen and physical controls including a pair of analogue controllers!

To keep up with the times this Nintendo Wii U GamePad clone get’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and a large 7-inch 1024 x 600 display. Ensuring the various pre-installed games run true to form a dual-core AML8726-MX CPU has been chosen along with a helpful 1GB RAM.

As for games, JXD have installed 9 emulators including those of the PS1, GBA, NEO GEO, Super Nintendo (Famicom), Megadrive (Genesis) and the cult classic NES!

The real Nintendo Wii U Gamepad for comparison.

The real Nintendo Wii U Gamepad for comparison.

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  • earl cameron

    I expect this from american bloggers but not from you…how is this a wii u gamepad look alike?

    • http://www.gizchina.com Andi

      Just added an image off the Wii U gamepad for comparison. I think they look pretty similar.

  • ThinkOutsideTheBox

    JXD stated that this will be out in the middle of January 2013, but here in the USA/Europe we have the Archos Gamepad. Whichever comes out first I’ll grab it, the Archos Gamepad has the ps vita feel. I just hope this one isn’t too big. It’ll come in 2 different models. The “JXD s7300A” and a more powerful “JXD S7300B”

  • Dracinn

    I will definatily will buy the S7300B which from what I have seen will be between $350 – $400 US.

  • Dracinn

    Sorry correction.

    I will definatily will buy the S7300B which from what I have seen will be between $250 – $300 US.