WikiPad Gaming Tablet Official Specifications Announced

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2 Aug, 2012 1:24 am

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In January at CES WikiPad announced that we could expect a gaming tablet to go along with their other devices and in May, the company confirmed it. Now, we have the official specifications of the gaming tablet from WikiPad. Instead of a dual core processor, the gaming tablet will get a quad core and the display will be bigger than expected at 10.1 inches.

The tablet comes with a Tegra 3 CPU running at 1.4 GHz,  1GB DDR2 RAM, and we can expect at least 16 GB of memory. Currently there is discussion of including more memory so that the device can store more games.

The IPS screen has a resolution of  1280 × 800. The gaming tablet will weigh only 560 grams and have a thickness of 8.6 mm. The battery is intended to last for 6 hours, and while watching videos, it should last up to 8 hours. There is no exact release date for this device, but it has been rumored that the gaming tablet will already be fitted with Android Jelly Bean upon its release.

Source: WinFuture


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  • chuckdaly

    Other than browsing the web, gaming easily makes up the second most popular use for tablets. There is no reason why a manufacturer can’t be successful with a dedicated gaming tablet. My take it has to be cheap, as it will be viewed more as toy, than a productivity device (HA HA as if any really are). I’m stunned Archos isn’t already on their second generation of gaming tablets. Like them or not, Archos has been a trailblazer in mobilePCs.