JXD S7100 – Android-Powered Portable Gaming Tablet

| May 16, 2012 |

JDX is a manufacture based in Shenzhen, china. They produce an array of hand-held consoles and media players which look strikingly similar to well-known brands such as Apple, Nintendo and Sony.

The JXD S7100 itself looks pretty similar to the Nintendo Wii U and a Sony PSP Go in design. It’s a 7-inch gaming tablet and uses an ARM Cortex A9 800MHz processor (CPU), in conjunction with an ARM MALI 400 graphics processing unit (GPU), 512MB of DDR3 RAM, and 8GB of internal storage.

The S7100 comes pre-loaded with several old school games including Metal Slug and Super Mario 64, however it’s not legal to use them unless you on the originals. This gaming tablet comes with access to a download service cloud centre, which supports up to 100,000 games and apps.

There is a whole host of different device games available including Android Gravity games, Touch games, arcade games, Nintendo 64-bit 3D, Sony PS1 games, GBA games, Sega MD games, and FC games.

The device also has access to over 10,000 applications including Microsoft Office, and online apps like Facebook, BBC News, YouTube, Skype and a web browser. These services run with the built-in Wi-Fi.

The S7100 uses Android 2.3.4 and comes with a 0.3MP front camera for video chats and a 2MP camera on the back, which allows for HD Video recording. There is also an HDMI port; if you fancy Android games and apps on your big screen.

The S7100 also plays movies in the major formats such as MKV, AVI and MP4 etc. You can also listen to music in several formats including FLAC, MP3, WAV etc.

The S7100 comes in white or black, you can pick one up for $145.95 over at Amazon.





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