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  1. Nintendo has often been pressed by its investors to do more with the mobile market these days, especially with Wii U sales floundering for much of the year, and now it looks as if the company may be looking a bit more into that field than previously thought. According to Nintendo Everything, a software engineer at Nintendo of America named Nando Monterazo tweeted some revealing information about the project he's working on, such as that he was experimenting on a tablet of Nintendo's and that it was based on Android. Apparently, his tweets reveal that the Nintendo tablet would be used for educational games featuring Nintendo characters and intended for children in school-like environments. Monterazo quickly deleted the tweets (thankfully, Nintendo Everything managed to capture the tweets before they went down), however, and mentioned in a later tweet that he was surprised at how dangerous the internet could be since he was pulled off the project for tweeting about it. In any case, there's no guarantee that we'll actually see any of this if it is true, as it seems Nintendo is only in an experimental phase at the moment, but it's interesting to hear that the company is finally experimenting with the use of other tech than their own proprietary consoles and handhelds.
  2. We initially reported on the Wikipad back in September. This tablet with a focus on gaming was set to arrive on Halloween. That didn't happen though and neither did a Winter release at all. Since then, there was nothing said about the device until a press release sent out today. Thankfully, the device isn't set to cost $500 anymore. The original price was probably what stopped Wikipad from being produced initially. A 10.1" tablet screen is luxurious but not something people will necessary buy just because it includes a controller around it. With today's announcement we now know that the Wikipad will ship with a 7" screen instead which brings the cost down to $250. Half the price may help ease the sting of purchase for interested consumers when it (hopefully) launches in Spring. Beyond that change, it seems that everything else remains the same. It comes with 16GB memory which can be upgraded up to 32GB thanks to a MicroSD slot. Tegra 3 is still the included processor as well and the device will run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. If you really did want a 10" tablet with detachable gaming controller though then you're not out of luck. Apparently they are still set to produce one, but not just yet.
  3. Marcus Estrada

    Wikipad Gaming Tablet Coming to GameStop

    First GameStop started selling and buying iOS and Android devices and now it's ready to sell you the upcoming Wikipad device. It's an Android-powered tablet which is made for gaming. How does it accomplish that? Unlike other tablets, this one comes with a detachable controller interface. If there's one thing that touch-screen gamers are often sad about, it's the lack of buttons to play games with. Now we've got word that the Wikipad will be available through GameStop. President of sales for Wikipad Inc., Fraser Townley, said this about the retail partnership: "GameStop is the retail destination when it comes to video games. Nobody but GameStop provides gamers with the best gaming content on the market. And for those that purchase or pre-order a Wikipad at GameStop, their tablet will have access to valuable extras including exclusive free, full-length game titles. The Wikipad is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and will support PlayStation®Mobile platform." The device is currently up for pre-order and will arrive in stores on October 31st - just in time for Halloween! The tablet isn't cheap. For $500 you'll get a tablet running Android 4.1 that sports the Tegra 3 processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 16GB flash storage, and a 10.1 " screen (1200x800). Each tablet comes with the removable gamepad controls. Interestingly, those who order from GameStop will get some "full-length titles" for their new Wikipad. There's no mention to what these games are though as of yet. Does the Wikipad entice you or do you already have your next gaming gadget in mind?
  4. Marcus Estrada

    Super Sketch and KoalaPad Touch Tablet

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "This is the only prototype ever made of this unit. Shown at CES, it features a built-in 3 1/2 inch disk drive as well as a B/W monitor. Not exactly portable due to the weight of the unit."
  5. Adam McCarthy


    From the album: Adam McCarthy's Album

    Outlines the similarities between the Wii U controller and the 3DS