The guys over at GizmoSlip are famous for their “drop tests”, where they take new consumer electronics and do a simple drop test, where it’s dropped from a few feet height on different angles. Overall, the GamePad gets a few scratches, even when dropped on concrete from 5 feet. It’s a pretty solid device, all things considered. We still haven’t found out what that weird Wii U GamePad rattle is, though.
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