Wikipad is back again, this time announcing the Gamevice gamepad for Android smartphones. Keep reading for more details!
After tons of delays, the WikiPad is finally on its way! The tablet is expected to cost $249 and will land on June 11th. But is it too late to the game?
Back in November, gamers who were planning to dole out $499 to get the Wikipad found out that the 10.1-inch Android gaming slate has been pushed back to make way for some last-minute improvements. Now, let’s welcome the 7-inch Wikipad.
The oddly-named Wikipad has had a promising start as it garnered wide support from gamers and the big boys in the industry. But the string of good news seems to be temporarily ending, as the release date of the 10-inch Android gaming tablet, which was supposed to hit GameStop outlets on October 31, has been pushed back by the maker.
The Wikipad gaming tablet has gone up for pre-order at Gamestop and will start shipping on October 31 for $499 – no more quirky-looking, still bizarrely-named (though we’re sure Julian Assange doesn’t have the time to deal with it right now), but parading some strong specs that make it juicier than ever before.
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Although it looked like vaporware back at the CES in January, when it was unveiled for the first time, it seems like the WikiPad Android gaming tablet, is in fact, as real as they come and is gearing up for an imminent release. However, the 8-incher from back then has undergone a bunch of serious changes, both cosmetic and technical, some of them making it far more intriguing. First off, the Wikipad tablet/gaming console is an 8-incher no more and will come with a more generous 10.1-inch IPS display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and 1280 x 800 pixels resolution….