Wikipad: Gaming tablet with 3D touchscreen display

On January 25, 2012, in Gaming, Tablets, by Mike Jefferson

Judging by the news, it seems that advanced games are coming to tablets, and after Razor’s Fiona Project that runs PC games, today we have a similar prototype for all fans of portable gaming.

Wikipad doesn’t sound like a gaming tablet, but despite its name, this tablet comes with touchscreen display and with special extension that gives you dual analog controllers, directional pad and four front buttons. In addition to the touchscreen and controller, this tablet also comes with 3D display so you’ll be able to enjoy in 3D experience without any special 3D glasses. As for additional specs, Wikipad uses 8-inch screen and it runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but we have to notice that Android 4.0 runs slow on this prototype model, but that will probably be fixed in the future.

So far, we don’t know what type of games will Wikipad run, and as for the price and release date, no information has been disclosed so far.

[via Ubergizmo]


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2 Responses to Wikipad: Gaming tablet with 3D touchscreen display

  1. 1
    Charlotte says:

    A clumpier version of the 3ds yet bigger.

  2. 2
    gadget-core says:

    cool tablets
    how many price?

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