Switcheroo Wikipad made a last minute, announcing that its gaming tablet, finally being launched this spring, but in a much smaller format than advertised.
Originally scheduled to launch a 10.1-inch tablet late last year, the company decided to release the short version of 7 inches. The internal hardware is still the same – we are still seeing a screen of 1280 x 800 IPS, NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and 1GB of RAM. There are also 16 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot supporting up to 32GB and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
But the real draw for Wikipad controller enclosure is compact, essentially turning the tablet into a traditional handheld gaming system.The controller includes an analog standard double pole configuration, coupled with a D-pad, and four buttons labeled A, B, X, and Y.Wikipad will support both PlayStation OnLive Mobile and to make use of his driver, along with the store for both Google Play compatible games and applications using touch tablet interface regularly.As reported by Engadget, the larger version was bogged down by technical and manufacturing issues, but the company has plans to launch later this year with updated specifications, but declined to elaborate.Size is not the only thing on Wikipad smaller 7-inch, which will launch in U.S. $ 249 this spring.The release date had no specific season and entered the regional availability, but expect more information on all that soon.