The Wikipad 3D is aimed at gamers, with its 8” 1280×720 parallax auto-stereoscopic display as the main feature and it will ship running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The display allows users to switch between 2D and 3D capabilities at will. The Wikipad can convert standard 2D contents, such as pictures and movies into 3D ones. Save for the rubberized grips, the outer shell of the tablet is largely plastics. Strong grips are important for gamers to maintain a good hold of the device, while they tap, slide and swipe. These grips can definitely improve control during a game, but they noticeably make the tablet feels heavier.
The Wikipad 3D is planned to use the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor as it is the only mobile CPU that supports swift conversion from 2D to 3D. The microSD card can be used to provide an extra 32GB storage if users find the 8GB of internal storage is insufficient. The tablet will be available for $200, which is an excellent alternative to the Amazon Kindle Fire, as it offers 3D capability, larger 8” display, Android 4.0 OS and a quad-core processor. You can purchase the optional controller dock for $50.