The 7 Inch Wikipad Gaming Tablet Powered By Android Jelly Bean And Tegra 3 Processor To Arrive In Spring 2013



The company Wikipad is planning to build a tablet carrying the same name as the company. Wikipad has now announced that the tablet is going to be launched in spring this year. The device was scheduled for release in 2012 itself but the release was delayed as there were some flaws discovered during the pilot production testing.

According to a Androidguys report, the company has confirmed that the Wikipad tablet will be available in the market for as low as 250 USD or 185 Pounds. This is going to be a gaming tablet which will provide its users access to Google Play Store, TegraZone, Onlive, Big Fish Games, PlayStation Mobile and many other attractive services.

The tablet is going to be no muck when it comes to hardware. Powered by an Nvidia quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB of RAM for smooth gaming and 16 GB internal memory it is a fully featured tablet. The memory is expandable up to 32 GB by using microSD memory card.

The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system will be running on the Wikipad tablet and a detachable game controller will be shipped with the device. The screen is going to be a 7 – Inch capacitive touchscreen featuring a 16:10 aspect ratio.

Via: Softpedia