Wii U: Chinese Android Tablet Copies other Devices’ Features
There are devices that have been well-designed to the point that its development team has toiled for years if you count the research and the design sketches. Now, there are devices that turn out great, even fabulous, if not for the fact that you know somehow that its development team did not really work that hard for it. In fact, the members of the team may have shamelessly stolen the idea.
This is what happened between the Wii U and the S7100 Android gaming tablet. Well, actually it turns out that this is between the said Android gaming tablet and a few other devices. The tablet had “borrowed” several features from other devices. JXD’s creation has a form and look that is obviously taken from the Wii U Controller. The characters on its pad are the same as PlayStation button icons. The manufacturer’s website even looks like iTunes.
Can you believe the cheek? Companies take a long time to decide just how they want their products to look. They want to make sure the products reflect the company’s ideals as well as the products’ personalities. The S7100 looks as if it does not even try to stand out from among other products like it. It is moderately priced at $140, possibly because JXD is aware of just how they have not really tried to get it out there at the top with original features and looks.
The Android tablet has a 800 x 480 capacitive touch screen, an ARM Cortex A9 CPU, Mali 400 GPU, only 512 MB of RAM and basic 16GB of internal storage. It also has a 0.3 megapixel front camera and a 2.0 megapixel rear camera and HDMI-out.