Samsung Smartphone Gamepad

Back in the  early 90’s days we used to play  on black and white Gameboy or the snake on your dads Nokia 3310. The  all new Samsung Gamepad is designed for your Galaxy smartphone and tablet range, is now available in  South Africa.

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Image: Samsung Mobile

Introducing the sweet little D-Pad, two analogue sticks, four action buttons and two trigger buttons, as well as start and select buttons on the front edge of the Samsung Gamepad. The device connects via bluetooth 3.0 and allows you to play all the latest android games on your Samsung device.  Samsung lists 35 games that are compatible with the Gamepad and includes Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Asphalt 8 : Airborne, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Virtual Tennis Challenge, and Prince of Persia : The Shadow and the Flame among the top tier Android titles supported, so there’s a decent amount to play.

The device could even connects  to your tv via HDMI cable or the NFC of the Samsung Smart TV with your Allshare app. The device has a metal cradle which keeps your Samsung Galaxy S4 or Samsung Galaxy Note 3 nicely docked and firmly holding your Galaxy device .

  • Compatibility: Android 4.1 and up (optimized for Android 4.3 and up)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth v3.0, NFC (compatible with Samsung device running Android 4.3 and up)
  • Dimensions: 137.78 x 86.47 x 31.80mm
  • Weight: 195g
  • Battery: 160mAh, rechargeable

Available at Capi store at OR International Aiport, Johanneburg

http://www.capi.com/shops/johannesburg.html

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Samsung-Game-Arcade-NFC-Galaxy-Note-SmartTVImage: Samsung Mobile

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