After the setback with Wikipad’s 10 inch device, yesterday, Wikipad announced its plan to launch an 7 inch adaptation of the tablet/gaming controller device.
According to the announcement from Wikipad, this new 7 inch version will get into the game this spring carrying a price tag marked $249. The new product has the look of a typical portable gaming gadget which can be transformed into a regular tablet running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) simply by detaching the display from the controller.
The official product specs say that the Wikipad will run a ‘Vida Tetra 3 quad core Mobile Processor’. The IPS display measures 7 inch providing 16:10 aspect ratio. Also there is 16 GB built in memory with a MicroSD slot allowing storage expansion up to 64 GB. The new improved controller provides lightning fast response ensuring awesome gaming experience.
Also as promised, the new Wikipad will be allowed uninterrupted access to services from Google and partners such as- PlayStation Mobile, Vida’s TegraZone, OnLive, Big Fish Games, Google Play and a lot more.
Fraser Townley, Wikipad’s Sales department president said that the smaller version boasts an aggressive price while presenting the same configuration and the 10 inch Wikipad is on its way.