ibenxThe tablet is now working its way up the gadget food chain when it comes to being a vehicle of choice for portable gaming, although until now, you will not be able to find games that are as complex as those found on dedicated portable handheld consoles like the PS Vita or the Nintendo 3DS. The thing is, casual gaming is big business, which explains how nearly every table you see at a restaurant or public place sport at least one patron holding a tablet of sorts, playing games on it. Well, the next evolution of Android-powered tablets might see its design carry built-in game controllers, or at least that is what a company known as ibenX thinks the future will be like, with the recent release of their 7” gaming tablet known as the ibenX GamePad.

At first glance, it is without a doubt that the ibenX GamePad surely shares its fair share of DNA design alongside the Archos GamePad, JXD S7100, and Tekniser Tek 807D, where without a doubt the Archos model would be the most well known of the lot. What makes this GamePad slightly different from the rest would be its Allwinner A31 ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor running underneath the hood, accompanied by a PowerVR SGX 544 graphics chipset, in addition to a 1280 x 800 resolution IPS display, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 5MP rear camera, a 0.3Mp front-facing camera, and 1GB RAM. Sounds pretty high end, but wither build quality?

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