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Submitted by mpctips 1094d ago | news

Wikipad 7-inch Android Tablet for Gamers Launches in Sprint for $249

Maximum PC: It's safe to say that Steve Jobs was wrong about the 7-inch tablet category, which even Apple competes in these day (iPad mini). As times goes on, you can expect to see even more smaller size tablets enter the market place, including the 7-inch Wikipad, which is scheduled to launch in the Spring of 2013. The Wikipad is built on top of an Nvidia Tegra 3 SoC foundation and is essentially a smaller (and less expensive) version of its 10-inch sibling, though it's geared for gaming. (Android, Gadgets, Gaming, WikiPad)

newsguy  +   1095d ago
looks like ouya and nvidia have competition
Crazyglues  +   1094d ago
Wow.. this could be interesting now - this wikipad could be some serious competition to those other guys

here's a better look at it- https://www.youtube.com/wat...
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andresegers  +   1095d ago
I'd rather just buy a handheld
Software_Lover  +   1094d ago
hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

What if a controller attachment was made for 7 inch tablets?

nexus 7
kindle fire
kindle fire hd

They all use the standard mini usb connection (I think, tell me if i'm wrong). There could be a controller made where you slide the tablet in and it connects with the mini usb slot and you have an instant handheld.

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