If you are stumped as to what to give your gamer girlfriend or hardware loving hubby this Christmas then look no further than the wonderful Wiki Pad 7 to bring some Yuletide cheer.
With so many gadgets and gizmo’s on offer this year for the videogaming virtuoso it has never been more difficult to choose the perfect stocking filler for the man or woman who has everything. But boy, is that about to change!
The Wiki Pad is all set to make a massive splash on the mobile gaming market this Christmas Season as the plucky peripheral is anything but a plain old tablet but rather a full-on powerhouse of gaming gorgeousness.
The Wiki Pad 7 is the ultimate in portable perfection as it marries power and performance with stylish design and sturdy build quality.
With a whopping 1Gb of RAM ( also supporting a further 16GB of flash memory ), the Wiki Pad 7 comes armed to the teeth by the NVidia Tegra quad-core CPU and that is backed by a tremendous 12-core GPU.
This 7 inch sex-pot comes ready to take your every day desires to task with the Jelly Bean OS, meaning that you are able to surf the web, open and answer emails or just chat with your friends via Facebook and Twitter. Of course, with the Wiki Pad 7 you can always opt to go one better with Skype messaging and video chat thanks too the on board camera and flawless Wi-Fi features.
But it is when you slide the Wiki Pad 7 into its sleek controller ‘sleeve’ that this tablet truly comes to life, taking on a whole new personae, as it transforms itself from anything but standard and allowing you instead to play the latest AAA titles from the Google Play store as it makes light work of even the most demanding of games.
The custom designed controller cradle is a lightweight wonder coupled with the total technological package as it morphs from bland to brilliant before becoming a genuine gaming behemoth.
Specifically constructed with ‘real gamers’ in mind the Wiki Pad 7 is purpose built for long-lasting sessions of prolonged offline and online activity without causing RSI thanks to a magnificently managed weight system which has been granted perfect balance to avoid any hand cramps and fatigue.
So, whether you like nothing more than an hours Candy Crush Saga at the office during your lunch break, or if you are a full on gaming junkie like the rest of us and you want to blast round the Nurburgring at warp factor nine in the upcoming My.com racer World of Speed, then it has to be the Wiki Pad 7. And at a paltry £69.99 from eBuyer how could you ever go wrong?
For more information regarding the Wiki Pad 7, as well as purchases and other great gaming deals on a whole host of awesome products, then head on over to the official eBuyer website HERE.