• Wikipad

    This device did not get much attention at CES, but it is an outstanding tablet for gamers. It comes with Android 4.0, a 10.1-inch screen, 2 GB of RAM and a quad-core processor. But what really stands out is its controller dock and the fact that it uses a glasses-free 3D screen.

    Gaming enthusiasts will know that playing with a touchscreen device isn't necessarily the best experience. This bad boy will give you the benefit of a larger screen, 3D and better control of your game.

  • News & Updates

    Deal: 20% off WikiPad gaming tablet and a free month of OnLive game streaming service

    If you’re in the market for a decent gaming tablet that can be docked into a cradle with dedicated controls for getting your digital mayhem on, WikiPad wants to hook you up. They’re taking 20% off the WikiPad tablet and throwing in some free OnLive service, to boot.

    What we expect to see from next week’s E3 2013

    E3 is set to kick off next week and whether you’re Android or console gamer looking forward to the latest games from the Xbox One, PS4, or Wii U we give you a quick run down, along with our top predictions of what we hope to see from everyone at the event.

    Wikipad gaming tablet release date set for June 11th

    It’s been a long time since we heard about the Wikipad. It was supposed to launch as a Gamestop exclusive a while back, but that launch date came and went, and the release date was delayed indefinitely

    Wikipad announces $249 7-inch gaming tablet for release this spring

    Wikipad has a new 7-inch slate headed for release this spring. Priced at $249, the tablet continues the Wikipad tradition of combining “the unrivaled gaming experience of a console with the functionality and portability of a premium tablet.” You may recall Wikipad’s initial 10-inch offering, which has yet to see the light of day after […]

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    Wii U launching at midnight, Google TV and Wikipad cry tears of envy

    At midnight tonight, Nintendo will launch the Wii U (visit WiiUDaily.com, WiiUForums.com for full coverage). Look familiar? How about you take a Google TV set top box: And add a Wikipad: Thought so. Nintendo’s newest version of the Wii leverages a tablet-style controller that introduces an entirely new style of gameplay. Imagine “unlocking” different views […]

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    Official: Wikipad launch delayed indefinitely, company making last minute refinements

    It was back in September that we told you guys about the Wikipad, the world’s first Android gaming tablet. This bad boy was packing all the right specs you’ve come to expect from a gaming-centered tablet — Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, IPS display — along with a split dual-analog gamepad on both sides […]

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    Wikipad Now Available For Pre-Order At Gamestop – Launching Oct 31st for $500

    I’ve had mixed feelings on the Wikipad ever since it was ann0unced earlier this year. As a 10.1-inch tablet with a slew of impressive specs (Tegra 3 processor, 720p IPS display, 1GB of RAM, microSD slot), the only part about the tab that really made it special was a gamepad-like dock — and even that […]

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    Sony Announces Cross-Platform Gaming On PS Certified Devices, ASUS And Wikipad Newest PlayStation Mobile Partners

    It’s been awhile since we last heard from Sony and their plans to bring Playstation certification to Android smartphones and tablets. Today at Gamescom 2012, Sony finally opened up a little more on these plans, announcing new hardware partnerships as well as bringing cross-platform gaming to PlayStation Mobile devices. We’ve known for quite sometime now […]

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    WikiPad gaming tablet specs revealed

    Wikipad is a company making a tablet that will double as a gaming console. It will ship with a wireless controller for traditional gaming, and we now have an idea of what to expect for specs. VentureBeat was told in an interview that the device would feature a 10.1 inch IPS display with 1280×800 resolution, […]