This weekend Gamestop has started selling Android Gaming tablets at 200 of its US retail locations as part of its plans to expand its gaming device offerings. Ganestop says its a pilot program and that the initial tablets will be from Asustek Computer Inc., Acer Inc. and Samsung Electronics Inc.
The new range of tablets will come pre-loaded with seven games including : Dead Space and Madden NFL, and links to the GameStop Kongregate Arcade app store and the Android Market.
Currently GameStop is selling four different Android slates in the form of the $300 7 inch Viewsonic VPad 7, $400 10.1-inch Asus Eee Pad Transformer, $400 Acer Iconia Tab A500, and $500 Motorola Xoom
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