Do you remember the first PSP, when it came out, it looked out of the world at that time. Gamers everywhere were curiosity struck about that mini device that was engineered to give an amazing gaming experience. Now the gaming enthusiasts across the globe have a new device to be excited about and this time it is a Android based gaming tablet.
This February 7, Wikipad announced their new gaming tablet also tiled as Wikipad. The tablet will be available on retail in spring of this year for $249 (Rs. 13341).
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean based device comes with a 7 inch, 16:10 IPS HD display with Capacitive mulch-touch capability, NVIDIA Tegra 3 mobile processor with quad-core CPU and a high-performance 12-core NVIDIA GPU,1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, microSD slot up to 32GB, 2-megapixel front facing camera, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, 3-axis accelerometer and gyroscope.
The Wikipad's weightless and ultra responsive, controller is designed to make gaming an easy and pleasurable experience. Wikipad will offer users access to PlayStation Mobile, Big Fish Games, TegraZone, Google Play, OnLive and many other services. The tablet is detachable from the controller and can be used for other purpose including email, browsing, and others.
News about the Wikipad came way back in May of last year. The tablet, was supposes to be a 10 inch device, but that decision was later scraped to make way for the 7 inch one, hence the delay. Fraser Townley, president of sales, Wikipad, in a press release said "We wanted to get Wikipad into our community's hands and we found that the smaller 7'' form factor just seemed right"
"The smaller frame delivers an aggressive price while keeping the same amazing specs" he added.