Archos first unveiled their new GamePad 7 Android gaming tablet
back in August of this year, but this week an new video has been
published to YouTube which sheds a little more light on the devices
The new Archos GamePad 7 has been designed to run Google’s latest
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, and is equipped with a 7 inch
capacitive touchscreen display.
However it is also equipped with controllers on either side of the
screen which can be mapped to a games touchscreen controls, enabling you
to choose between either using physical buttons or touchscreen
gestures, to control your character.
The Archos GamePad 7 is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor,
supported by quad-core Mali 400 MP graphics processor, and is equipped
with a HDMI port, together with access to the Google Play Store and will
be officially Google certified when launched.
Rumours suggest that Archos is hoping to launch the new tablet
for around $149, however no launch dates have yet been announced by
Archos. But as always we will keep you updated when new information is