If you’re an avid Android gamer, Samsung has you in mind. They’ve paired their recently released GamePad controller with a Galaxy Tab 3 and an HDMI adapter. The result? The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Game Edition.
The FCC spilled some details on the Archos GamePad 2 and we later saw it briefly appear online. As of today however, Archos has come forward with some official details. We now have an official set of specs, some pricing and word the GamePad 2 will be available for purchase in the US at "the end of Q4."
When Archos pre-announced its new device lineup ahead of the IFA trade show early this month, it made mention of the successor to its unique GamePad gaming tablet. The device, however, has not yet been seen in the wild and we are left wondering if it had been scrapped altogether. It seems, though, that the GamePad 2 is still on its way and will indeed be an upgrade compared to the original version.
The Archos GamePad launched for those in the US back in March and it looks like the follow-up device is already in the works. The device is called the Archos GamePad 2 and currently sporting a model number of A70GP2. We have yet to hear anything direct from Archos, but judging from the FCC filing where the GamePad 2 was discovered -- it looks like it may be several months before anything official is announced.
Despite an availability that was originally expected for February, the Archos GamePad is now available for those in the US. The Android running handheld game system is available by way of several retailers and has arrived at an expected price. The GamePad can be found with Amazon and for those looking for alternatives, it is also listed on Google Shopper.
Yesterday was all about Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone the GALAXY S4, but that wasn't the only interesting device they revealed yesterday. Samsung also has a GamePad in the works to take on NVIDIA's Shield and many others. Like many of you we are already looking forward to the "Next Big Thing" from Samsung. That of course being the much rumored Galaxy Note III smartphone tablet hybrid. So how do those two come together? Read on to find out.
Archos launched the GamePad tablet (outside the US) back in December. And well, since then the company had been quiet in terms of a US release. Of course, they were showing the GamePad off during CES and along with that comes word of a US release. Unfortunately nothing as specific as an exact date, however a timeframe.
Last year the folks from Archos unveiled their own take on the Android gaming market with their new 7-inch GamePad tablet with an integrated controller. After finally launching in late December outside of the US, we were able to get some quick hands-on pictures and video today at CES 2013 to show you all. Check out this Jelly Bean tablet in action below.
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Today is shaping up to be a rather fun and exciting day for all you Android gamers. After two awesome games for Android both were released then delayed late last week, they are both back and available as we speak. Earlier today GTA: Vice City hit the Play Store, and now Gameloft's exciting shooter Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour has returned. Get into the action with more details below.