We reported months ago that a Chinese company was building a Wii U knock-off device, and now it looks like they’re serious about it. The Android-powered device known as the JXD S7300, also known as “Dual Core HD GamePad 2” looks very much like a GamePad, and if that’s not enough, it even plays pirated Nintendo games.
As the manufacturer explains, it has “9 kinds of simulator games with the fastest speed”. According to the official product page, it’s powered by a dual core CPU, has 1 GB of RAM, and can “run any game scene, whatever big angle of broad background or details the protagonist’s action feature. It shows perfectly”. Indeed.
Check out the full product page here, complete with tons of broken English.
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