Shenzhen, Guangdong -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/07/2013 -- A lot of different solutions are out there that try to bring 'console like controller' gaming to your mobile Android, and inside gamer take a up-close look at their latest entry the JXD S7300 Gamepad2.
Most recently many android hardware manufacturers have attempted to bring the vast library of android games to those that prefer physical controls, with rampant speculation of Sony Ericson's Xperia Play unit to the Android Home Console OUYA, gamers have shown quite an interest in bringing android games off of their touch only phones and onto devices that will allow them to play these games in a more traditional manner. JXD has aimed to bring android gaming fans a strong yet affordable gaming tablet for the masses; Enter the JXD S7300 Gamepad2.
The unit is packed with a 7" 1024 x 600 screen, dual analog controls, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor clocked at 1.5GHz and Mali-400 MP2 dual core GPU. Last but not least, all of this comes visually packed in what looks like a WiiU controller. The box contains all of your essentials, the device, charger, usb cable, usb OTG cable, earphones and manual.
As with most android devices, there really isn't much in terms of an initial setup. buyer are greeted to the home screen with a number of news aggregation apps. One glaring widget on the home screen is for JXD's Game X cloud service which actually allows buyer to download various games and key mappings onto your device. The is also packed with Google's Play store and other licensed apps such as gmail, youtube and more. The icing on the cake for Android power users is that the device comes pre-rooted; Giving buyer complete control of the android environment on your device.
At the core of the device is of course the android OS which opens a gateway to tons of android games. Luckily the Google Play store is available on the device giving buyer a vast array of gaming options. I did test a number of the most popular native android games. One obvious glaring unique feature of the S7300 is the physical buttons. All of the buttons, including the D pad are quite sturdy and responsive, the dual trigger buttons are reminicent of the PSVita. S7300 also has start and select buttons nicely tucked away on the right hand side. It takes some getting used to their positions but the design idea holds well and keeps the amount of physical buttons in front of the user away. Unfortunately, the analog control nubs feel a bit grainy and somewhat difficult to manage; Especially when playing FPS games and buyer want that coveted headshot. It takes some getting used to but buyer can overcome this with a bit of practice.
Obviously the most glaring limitation of the vast majority of android games is the lack of physical controls, the S7300 does have an ingenious trick up its sleeve to counteract this limitation. The S7300 uses a virtual mapping technology to map touch screen virtual buttons to their physical counterparts on the S7300. The addition works really well and the visually focused menu makes it dead simple to use. Configuring buttons at any time is as easy as clicking the controller icon at the bottom of the tablet's status bar icon. Once the menu appears all buyer need to do is drag the physical button icons over the virtual menu buttons on the screen. It can even be used to map buttons not just no games but also on the Android OS itself.
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