Wikipad tablet is soon to hit the shelves championing the 'work hard, game hard' philosophy, although developers are yet to give a release date after further delays.

GameStop has partnered with Wikipad to offer the first tablet with an attachable console-quality gamepad controller. The console/tablet was set to be released on October 31st, but this has recently been put back as the company took a last minute opportunity to enhance the Wikipad bundle as well as make a minor refinement needed. 

A recent press release relating to the delay stated: "We are very eager to deliver the Wikipad experience and are passionate about excellence. We apologise for this delay and want you to know that we are committed to bringing you the very best, high-end gaming tablet possible.

"We are in the final stage and will be announcing the new date soon".

Despite the delay there is likely to be a lot of hype surrounding the new device, which takes an innovative approach to work/life conundrums. Joe Gorman, vice president of GameStop’s mobile business unit, said:"We are thrilled to be partnering with Wikipad to launch this unique new gaming tablet.

"We love the innovation and know our customers are excited to see it in action."

The release of the device will be accompanied with a full suite of games delivered by the latest video game platforms, including PlayStation, NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone, Google Play as well as several upcoming unannounced platforms.

To ensure users get the best and latest gaming experience the Wikipad will offer a premium 10.1” IPS screen, ultra-light chassis, quad core processor, expandable memory and an attachable console quality game controller. These innovative features allow people to game on the move, using the device on the move or in work.ADNFCR-1220-ID-801481428-ADNFCR
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