Tablet is now perforated into the gaming world, and the assertion is testified with the recent announcement of Wikipad tablet, which would be the first tablet with an attachable console-quality gamepad controller.
GameStop, the world’s largest multichannel retailer of video games, has announced to launch this gadget, partnership project with Wikipad Inc, to present the tablet with more real time gaming experience.
The tablet will be available to consumers at a retailer price of $499 USD.
GameStop is undisputed retail destination of video games and there is no doubt the retailer offers gamers with the best gaming content on the market. Fraser Townley, President of Sales for Wikipad, Inc. said those consumers buy or pre order a Wikipad at GameStop would have got access to extras including exclusive free, full-length game titles.
It is noted that Wikipad is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and will support PlayStation®Mobile platform.
Order is already being booked by many consumers at GameStop stores nationwide (USA) or online at www.GameStop.com. Joe Gorman, vice president of GameStop’s mobile business unit also expressed their excitement with partnered with WikiPad.
Wikipad Inc. is a major creator and designer of video game tablets and devices. Based in Los Angeles, California, the company has created its niche in the market as positioned as pioneers and innovators in the mobile entertainment world. They have already made many exciting video games, web, education, movies and television content. Wikipad devices are powered by Nvidia Tegra processors and are Sony Playstation Mobile certified.