Archos GamePad at CES: Video

The Archos GamePad has been in the works for almost half a year now, but if you happen to be at CES this week you get a peek at the much-anticipated Android portable gaming device.

The Archos Gamepad doesn’t have the same grunt as Nvida’s Project Sheild, but for those of you who are less of a core gamer, but still want a dedicated device the GamePad could be one to look at.

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Based around a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, the Archos packs a quad-core 1.6Ghz CPU and 1GB RAM which runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is said to perform pretty well with no notable stuttering or freezing while gaming.

Archos plan to have the GamePad ready for a U.S launch in the next month or so with pricing expected to be around the $170 mark!

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1 Comment

  1. king zed
    January 11, 2013

    I own this tablet and this is one of the worst android gaming device ever made. Freezing is the first thing you’ll notice on this tablet. Then there’s Google play music has stopped working. Battery life is a joke. The launcher freezes every time the device goes to sleep. All this happened without any games installed. Mine has been replaced and I’m sending this one back too as they’ve refused to give me my money back. Please don’t buy.