Senin, 07 November 2011

Gamestop to Start Selling Android Tablets

GameStop is not compressed into the business just so he can sell Bluetooth game controllers. GameStop to start selling Android tablets – What else is there? Earlier this year, GameStop said it is looking for pills to sell or build your own. Now, the chain has chosen Option A, with the launch of a handful of tablets Android familiar with some games inside.

So far, the range includes Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Asus Eee Pad Transformer and Acer Iconia Tab A100. They are available online and in 200 U.S. stores, according to Joystiq. The free game is Dead Space, Monster Madness, Riptide HD, Re-Load, Cordy, and Sonic CD. GameStop is the preload of the flash game portal Kongregate Arcade, and sells a Bluetooth game controller for $ 39 extra.

The strategy seems a bit ‘weird to me. When GameStop said it wanted to sell the tablets, I assumed the dealer I use them a foothold in the sale of downloadable games. GameStop has its own digital distribution platform, Impulse, and also has some of the Spawn Labs streaming technology, which could allow flow of compressed high-end video games for consoles and PC. None of these services are present in this first wave of Android tablets, or if they are on board and hid, GameStop say.

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