WikiPad 3D Android Tablet Debuts at CES, GameStop to Carry

Posted on January 10, 2012

WikiPad Inc. introduced its new Android 4.0 tablet at CES 2012. The company says its WikiPad tablet is the first glasses-free 3D Android 4.0 tablet. The tablet comes with an attachable video game controller.

The WikiPad offers 1080p High definition 2D and 3D playback of all formats including H.264, VC1, VOB, ISO, M2TS, and FLV. The tablet has 8GB of flash storage with expandable micro SD storage to 64GB. The tablet includes a mini HDMI and USB 2.0 port. It also has front and rear facing cameras.

The tablet will go on sale in spring 2012. Pricing for the WikiPad has not yet been announced.

Update: GameStop has announced it will offer the Wikipad tablet starting October 31st. GameStop says the tablet is powered by a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and will support the PlayStation Mobile platform. It will also support Google Play downloads as it is an Android device.

GameStop said in a statement that pre-orders of the Wikipad through GameStop will include "access to valuable extras including exclusive free, full-length game titles." The device will cost $499 U.S.






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