As smaller tablets and tablet gaming have become all the rage it seems like it’s time to combine the two. The Wikipad is custom-built for gaming with a detachable control interface to fully-control the games you play instead of sliding your fingers crazily or tapping tiny buttons overlaid on the screen. The Android (4.1) tablet’s core features include a 7-inch HD display, NVIDIA® Tegra® mobile processor with quad-core CPU, 2 mega-pixel front-facing camera, 16 GB internal storage, micro SD slot for expansion, accelerometer, gyroscope, GPS, HDMI output, 3.5mm headphone jack, and built-in speakers.
Since the Wikipad is built for gaming it comes with many of the top titles installed including Dead Trigger, MadFinger’s, ShadowGun, Dead Zone, Hockey Nations and more. If that’s not enough the tablet is Playstation mobile certified and has access to what seems to be an endless amount of games with the Google Play and Amazon app stores. Once you’re done gaming you can simply detach the controller and it turns into an everyday tablet with on-screen keyboard, email, browser, Netflix, Skype, Facebook and so on.
If you’re looking to get the full experience of tablet games then the Wikipad is the tablet you want to check out. The Wikipad will be available in stores sometime this year with a respectable price of $250.