The GameMID is a new device manufactured by Hong Kong firm REP Electronics. It’s not on the market yet but Youtuber lactobacillusprime has gotten hold of a prototype and filmed a mammoth 1 hour review of the device. This is one of the best reviews I’ve seen for this kind of device, full of benchmark tests, comparisons with comparable machines (JXD, Archos etc) and tests of a wide range of games – both native and emulated. He even strips the back off and gives us a good look at its internals (fnar fnar).
The GameMID houses the same hardware as the Archos GamePad (RK3066) but in my opinion it looks like a much more well rounded device. There are said to be no problems with button overlaps, the dpad is real and the analog sticks feel great and perform as they should. If Archos had released something more like this, I think it would have been a bigger winner. I am told that this device will not be branded by REP Electronics and will be available to commerical customers with a small amount of customisation, so we can perhaps expect to see a few variations of this device available in the near future under some more recognisable brand names.
The manufacturer website is http://www.rep-gaming.com, though there are currently no details of the device up there.
Thanks to chent7 for sending this in.