The Wikipad 7, a device that combines gaming with the
functionality and portability of a tablet, thanks to its attachable game
controller will soon be reaching the market shelves.
The $250 7-inch gaming tablet has been passed fit for consumption by the FCC
Announced at CES earlirer this year, the 7" Wikipad possesses the same powerful product specs as the forthcoming 10" version in a form factor that is even more portable. Refinements have been made to the dual-analog stick controller to fast response times.
It offers an 7" IPS screen, 16 GB memory with micro SD slot to support an additional 32 GB of storage, ultra-light and thin chassis, is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor and it is optimized for cloud gaming.
Users will have access to entertainment and videogame content from PlayStation Mobile, Big Fish Games, TegraZone, Google
Play, OnLive and many others.
When the gamepad controller is detached, Wikipad's
design and full Android 4.1 Jelly Bean functionality make it a
device designed for surfing the web, reading emails or enjoying films, music and apps at home or on the go.