Wikipad is now the thinnest and lightest Android equipped tablet with 1.2 pound weight and 0.3 inch thick on the market. Powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 T30 quad-core 1.4GHz processor, the tablet is speedy and responsive. Moreover, apps also load smoothly and quickly. The 10-inch Android tablet has a thick bezel and a glossy screen which is covered with Gorilla Glass and supports 10-finger input. However, the thinnest tablet’s resolution of 1,280x800 pixels is low compared with other current 9- or 10-inch ones. For this new version, there is a sound quality improvement that the tablet has got extra loud speakers for gaming. So, gamers do not need to use headphones while playing. Indeed, Wikipad is a perfectly capable gaming device. This amazing tablet has a price of $499.
Wikipad is part of a growing trend of independently developed game consoles outside of the major Sony/Nintendo/Microsoft axis.
The device, which has an expandable SD card slot for an extra 32GB on top of the device, can freely download games from Nvidia's Tegra Zone store, the PlayStation Mobile platform, Google Play and other app stores.
There are twin cameras including an 8 megapixel shooter around back, and a space for an optional cellular radio if you want to tack the Wikipad onto your mobile data plan.
The design of the NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet is quite attractive and makes users feel very comfortable while using. Besides, the tablet's unique selling point is its custom handheld controller dock. The dock adds two analog sticks, a directional pad, four buttons, and shoulder triggers.