Archos released a gaming tablet



Archos has been releasing tablet PCs for a very long time, and there are very good models in the portfolio. Now the company is trying to take its place in the tablet market, a market that has grown many times over the past few days. So, the other day, Archos introduced a gaming tablet that really looks like a gaming gadget, and not some kind of hybrid bulldog with a rhino.

Unlike most other tablets, this device is equipped with hardkey buttons and analog sticks. The device is called Archos GamePad so that it is immediately clear to which audience this device is intended. The configuration of the tablet is not very powerful, but it is enough for most mobile toys to work.

So, the system has a dual-core processor with a core frequency of 1.5 GHz. In addition, there is a quad-core graphics subsystem Mali 400. Do not forget about the built-in 8 G As mentioned above, the developers made sure that the tablet was equipped with standard buttons A | B | X | Y, D-pad and analog sticks (two). of memory available to the user. The amount of available memory can be expanded using an SD card. There are a couple of stereo speakers, miniHDMI output. As mentioned above, the developers made sure that the tablet was equipped with standard buttons A | B | X | Y, D-pad and analog sticks (two). | As mentioned above, the developers made sure that the tablet was equipped with standard buttons A | B | X | Y, D-pad and analog sticks (two). | As mentioned above, the developers made sure that the tablet was equipped with standard buttons A | B | X | Y, D-pad and analog sticks (two). | As mentioned above, the developers made sure that the tablet was equipped with standard buttons A | B | X | Y, D-pad and analog sticks (two).

The tablet runs on Android, where the base of games is becoming more and more extensive. And of course, on a purely touch screen it may not be very convenient to control the gameplay. And Archos GamePad gives new opportunities to players.

A tablet is not a conceptual project. It should appear in Europe and the United States this October, at a price of 187 US dollars.

Via Dvice