Wikipad 7" Gaming Tab and Controller Sleeve: $250 June at Best Buy, Walmart & More


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The new gaming tablet called the Wikipad will finally be available on June 11th at Best Buy, Walmart, Tiger Direct and more for $249.99. The little 7-inch gaming tab also includes a removable controller sleeve to give it that console-like feel. Here's a quick breakdown of specs,
  • 7-inch, 1280x800
  • Quad-core Tegra 3 processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 16GB of storage
  • A MicroSD card slot
  • HDMI-out, included
  • 4100mAh battery
  • 2MP front-facing camera
While this seems like an intriguing device, we can't help but wonder if it's a bit late to the party. The Tegra 3 chip had been out for quite some time now. Furthermore, the NVIDIA Shield with a more advanced Tegra 4 chip and far more additional features is only $100 bucks more. Still, for some consumers, this device could be a great stocking stuffer for the kids. Here's the full press release below,

(LOS ANGELES, CA – June 4, 2013) -- Wikipad, Inc. today announced its 7” Wikipad tablet will be available on June 11, 2013 at a retail price of $249 in the US, with an UK and global launch planned for this summer. Thanks to its award wining and patented interchangeable game controller, Wikipad redefines the mobile tablet experience bringing together the console quality experience with the functionality and portability of a premium tablet.

“The launch of the Wikipad 7 tablet signals a transformative turning point in the direction of the mobile gaming industry. Wikipad’s tablet combines the latest range of features found in a premium Android tablet together with the unrivaled console video game experience only available with a gamepad,” said Matthew Joynes, Chairman of Wikipad Inc.

The Wikipad is the only tablet to possess both the unique combination of a console quality experience with the functionality and portability of a tablet thanks to its award-winning and patented detachable dual-analog controller. Wikipad offers a multi capacitive 7 inch touch screen, 16 GB memory with an additional micro SD slot to support a further 32 GB of storage, together with micro USB, GPS, accelerometer and gyroscope. The tablets ultra-light and thin chassis is powered by the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core mobile processor that's optimized for cloud gaming with a 12 core Nvidia GPU. With an aspect ratio of 16:10, a 2-mega-pixel front facing camera the Wikipad tablet offers true widescreen HD display and HDMI out.

Consumers will have instant access to entertainment and videogame content of over 700,000 apps from Google Play from Google Mobile Services, PlayStation®Mobile games from Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., and TegraZone – NVIDIA's free app that showcases the best games optimized for the Tegra processor. When the gamepad controller is detached, Wikipad’s sleek design and full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean functionality make it a powerfully versatile tablet for surfing the web, emailing, enjoying all the latest films, books, magazines and music, conversing via Skype or experiencing the latest apps at home or on the go.

“Wikipad's dual-analog gamepad controller transforms our mobile games such as the multiplayer Shadowgun: DeadZone and the action FPS Dead Trigger into entertaining AAA console-like experiences," Tomas Slapota, Vice President, MADFINGER Games
For a full list of retailers, product specs, a comprehensive support page, technical forums, retailers and video games that take full advantage of the Wikipad’s dual-analog stick controller, please visit: Wikipad | Gaming Tablet


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That is actually pretty cool-looking.



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They should have just marketed the gaming sleeve. I love the concept.


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Price is an issue on my opinion. :thumbdown:

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