A Chinese game company has released a gaming tablet that seems very similar to the Nintendo NX, or at least what we know from the rumors.
Aikun makes gaming peripherals, and for their latest device, they’ve chosen to release an Android-based gaming tablet that features two 2.4 Ghz wireless controllers that connect to the side of the tablet via magnets, an 8 megapixel rotating camera and an HDMI output, to play the games on a TV. They call it the Morphus X300.
Games download directly onto the device which supports storage up to 128 GB via microSD.
The charge on the battery lasts 5 hours, and the controllers charge on the unit.
The Aikun Morphus X300 is currently listed on their website for $300.