GameStop has put up a new video showing off their Android tablet. They’re advertising it as the “GameStop Tablet” but those of us who know better know that it’s nothing more than an Acer Iconia Tab A100, a 7 inch 1GHz dual-core Honeycomb tablet. GameStop has preinstalled games for you to play out of the box. We’re not sure if this means you have to pay for them or not, but they’re there. They also take the time to show off their Bluetooth gaming controller which allows you to play emulators and market games that support gamepads. Check it out above. [Thanks Ethan!]
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