Marketed as a PC tablet mixed with a gaming console, the JXD S7100 has a smorgasbord of features that would send other tablet manufacturers into fits. Even though it only runs on Android 2.2, the tablet sports a 7-inch 800x480 touchscreen, 512MB RAM, 16GB of storage, 1080p HDMI-out connectivity, and USB support, with a 0.3 megapixel camera in the front and 2 megapixels in the back. JXD's S7100 also has multi-language menu support, so we have to assume that English-only speakers won't have too much trouble navigating the system's interface.


Prominently displayed in both the demo reel and the main product page is gameplay footage of Super Mario 64, Metal Slug, King of Fighters '97, Mario Kart 64, Tomb Raider, and the hilariously mis-labed "Jump Super Stars," which is actually Super Smash Bros. All of these titles can be played on the tablet via the built-in software or an emulator, which opens the device up to ROM gaming.

Although JXD's product page mostly focuses on the gaming aspects, the tablet's user interface attempts to streamline any other app-related needs with an "Apps Center" and a "Game Center" that house up to 48 icons in each category. JXD also notes that instant messaging, web browsing, and e-reader software are built-in and supported with the "capacitive five-points" touch panel. Considering the sheer number of gaming consoles that JXD has already mimicked, this latest one is the most brazenly impressive.

We're not sure if Apple, Nintendo, and Sony's legal departments are still on holiday break, but if you want to get your hands on a JXD S7100, the device is currently being sold at, both in black and white color schemes.