Have you ever wanted a gamepad controller for your tablet? Wikipad is bringing it to you this spring and will change the mobile gaming market.
Wikipad is really two devices in one package. At the core is a 7-inch Android tablet that weighs about 11 ounces and has everything you would expect in a small tablet. It runs on the NVIDIA Tegra mobile quad-core processor, the 16:10 ratio High-Definition screen is five-point touch for quick typing, it has 16 gigabytes of flash memory that is expandable through a Micro SD card, a 2-megapixel camera and even GPS.
The other part of device is the gaming controller that they have patented. It’s a dual-analog stick controller docking station for the tablet, and, when combined, even the center of balance was a consideration to reduce fatigue.
The system will run all Android games on markets like Amazon, Google Play and the NVIDIA TEGRAZONE. It’s also a Sony PlayStation Mobile certified device allowing you access to downloadable titles from the PlayStation gaming library. The Wikipad will hit the shelves this spring with a retail price of only 249 bucks.