The 7-inch Wikipad gaming tablet has just passed through the FCC. This combined with their own self-imposed deadline of the end of spring could mean that the launch is coming very soon.
If you’re itching to play some of your favorite mobile games on a bigger screen with a controller attached to it, then you may or may not have already heard of the Wikipad. The device claims to have the features of a fully functional tablet, as well as the robustness of a real controller to use when playing games.
The device has just recently passed through the FCC, meaning the official launch could be sooner rather than later. For those who haven’t heard of it and need a refresher on what to expect with the hardware, the specifications are as follows.
- 7 inch 16:10 display
- Tegra 3 quad-core processor (with a 5th battery saver core included)
- 16GB storage, micro SD slot included up to 32GB
- 2 megapixel front-facing camera
- .71 pounds and .42 inches thick
- 4100mAh battery
- GPS, gyroscope, compass, accelerometer, Bluetooth 4.0
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
I should also note that the tablet isn’t attached to the controller and can be removed and used as a normal tablet if you aren’t gaming. There are some other features not listed above that you can see here. As for availability and pricing, they’re hoping to release it before the end of spring and the price will be set at $250.