That’s right folks, at long last, GameStop is releasing their rumored gaming tablet in conjunction with Wikipad Inc. called the Wikipad. The Wikipad will be available October 31 to consumers at a retailer price of $499 USD. Customers can pre-order the Wikipad now at GameStop stores nationwide or online. Wikipads pre-ordered at GameStop will come with value-added extras including full-length titles and an issue of Game Informer Digital.

Wikipad will launch in October with a full suite of games delivered by the latest video game platforms, including PlayStation®Mobile, NVIDIA’s Tegra Zone, Google Play as well as several upcoming unannounced platforms.  The Wikipad will offer a 10.1” IPS screen, ultra-light chassis, quad core processor, expandable memory and an attachable console quality game controller.

Key Specs

–          Attachable console-like gamepad controller

–          10.1 screen

–          8.6 mm thin

–          Weighs less than 560 grams

–          1200 x 800 IPS LCD Screen

–          1.45 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor

–          1 GB of RAM DDR2

–          16 GB of storage with a microSD slot for expansion


So what do you think? Are you ready for a new gaming tablet? Let us know below and make sure to stay tuned to New Gamer Nation for all the details.

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