JXD S7100 Gaming Tablet - Box Contents And Images


Gear: JXD S7100, JXD5000, Dingoo Digital A320, JXD F3000.

The JXD S7100 is a gaming tablet. It made a lot of buzz on popular tech blogs when it was compared to the Nintendo WiiU's controller/tablet.


Gaming on tablets has been based on touch and motion sensors. Some of these touch games have been very successful (Angry Birds and Plants vs Zombies might be the biggest ones). While touch gaming is nice the S7100 adds buttons which allow it to play a lot of classic games without cluttering your screen.

Notes:
  • Box Contents
    • JXD S7100 unit
    • USB cable (full usb to mini usb)
    • Full USB to Mini USB adapter
    • Power Adapter (Output DC5V, 2000mA)
    • Earphones
    • CD with games
    • Manuals
  • Physical Features
    • Black and white colors
    • Front
      • Screen
        • 7 inch (diagonal)
        • Capacitive touch screen
        • 5 touch points
        • 800 x 480 resolution
      • Front facing camera (0.3MP)
      • LED indicator light
      • Dpad
      • Joystick
      • Left and right speakers
      • Buttons (square, triangle, circle, x)
      • Select and Start buttons
      • Back, Home, Menu buttons
    • Bottom
      • TF card slot (32GB max)
    • Right
      • Power port
    • Top
      • 3.5 mm stereo port
      • Mini USB
      • Mini HDMI
      • Mic
      • Volume up/down buttons
      • Power button
    • Left
      • Reset hole
    • Back
      • Rear facing camera (2.0MP)
  • Internals
    • Amlogic M1 (ARM Cortex A9 800MHz CPU)
    • ARM MALI 400 GPU
    • 512MB DDR2
    • Wifi (802.11 b/g/n)
    • Motion sensor (G-sensor)
    • 8GB/16GB options ( i got 8GB )
    • 3800mAh lithium-polymer battery
      • Up to 5 hours
  • Software
    • Android 2.2.1
    • Many languages supported
    • Flash 10.1
  • E-book formats
    • PDF, TXT, CHM, UMD, HTML
  • Image formats
    • JPG, BMP, PNG
  • Video formats
    • RMVB, AVI, MPG, DIVX, WMV, F4V, FLV, Youtube.
  • Emulators
    • Android touch and gravity games
    • Arcade games
    • N64, GBA, NES
    • Sega MD
    • Sony PS1/PSX

There are NO SHOULDER BUTTONS (L/R). With Android powering the device there are many possibilities. In the coming days I will go over some of the pros/cons about the JXD S7100.

If you have questions please add them to the comments. Thanks.


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Published: Feb 7, 2012

9 comments:

  1. Hi there. I just wanted to ask is the analogue stick an 8 way stick or is it true analogue?

    Thanks,

    Nick

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    1. It's not a true analogue stick. It's the same as using the Dpad buttons. (1m)

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  2. Thanks for the quick reply. I probably wont be gettin one now. Zelda without analogue is a no no xD

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    1. Yep. It's too bad because there's potential in the system, it just needed those few things that would make it a true gaming system. (1m)

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    2. How many days did it take to ship from lettouch?

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    3. I don't exactly remember, but it must have been close to 2 weeks.

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  3. by the way sir what do you think is better JXD S7100 or the YINLIPS G18

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    1. Yinlips G18 has shoulder buttons, so I think that will work better for a lot of games. The S7100 has a bigger screen and will work better as a tablet with a few gaming extras. (2m)

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  4. I bought one from a US based storefront on Ebay and had it in 3 days.

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