IGN:Though the Razer Edge and Nvidia Project Shield took a lot of the portable gaming spotlight this week at CES, Archos showed off its Android handheld, the GamePad. Introduced in August and already available in Europe, the GamePad is an Android 4.1-based device with a 7-inch display and traditional analog thumbpads, action and shoulder buttons, and a d-pad. What's most compelling about the GamePad, however, is its price. When it makes its North American debut in March, the GamePad will be priced at just $169.99, besting the competition in terms of affordability. But can it compete with regards to performance and user experience? I went hands-on at CES to find out.