Since last year in terms of mobile devices smartphones and tablets are no longer the only options, with everyone rushing towards finding a different form of implementation of the Google OS. The Linux based mobile system is capable on delivering in many regards, being fast, full of features and Open-Source.
The developer interest in terms of the mobile platforms has grown exponentially when it comes to Android and now the most recent titles are available for the platform, including lots of exclusive titles. Realising the importance of a good gaming experience, manufacturers have focused in this direction, thus devices like Nvidia’s project Shield, or the OUYA Gaming Console were brought to life.
The smaller variant of the Wikipad, going from 10.1-inches to the modes but very pleasing 7-inches, was announced this year and is expected to be available soon. The device, made especially for a complete gaming experience offers inside the Tegra 3 quad-core chip and an IPS panel offering the 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on-board and no more than 12 different buttons, Engadget managed to get their hands on it and are willing to share the experience.