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Tuesday, 13 September 2011 08:57

Android-based gaming tablet coming

Written by David Stellmack
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From none other than retailer GameStop
GameStop is currently deep into development on a new Android-based gaming tablet that the company will sell in retail stores starting next year. The device will be supported by GameStop and will come loaded with GameStop-branded software and app offerings.

Rumors also suggest that the company is working with several developers to create special titles for the hardware. Best guess is that the company plans to use branded Spawn Labs Player Software to stream full purchases to the Android platform and to allow players to download demos of software as well.

GameStop is also expected to start accepting select Android-based tablets for trade-in. The company recently starting accepting Apple iOS devices such as the iPod Touch and the iPad for trade-in and for in-store credit.


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