The revamped 7-inch model of the Wikipad hits retail shelves on June 11 at a similarly revamped $249. After its delay
on launch day back in October, plans for a $500 10-inch tablet were scrapped
in favor of the smaller, less pricey version coming to US stores next week. UK and worldwide arrivals for the Android tablet are planned for this summer.
Apart from those three inches, this Wikipad no longer includes a rear camera in addition to the 2 megapixel front-facing one. Otherwise, the smaller tablet features the same specs as before: a quad-core Tegra 3 processor with 12 core Nvidia GPU and "true widescreen" HD screen, 16GB of storage with a micro SD for an additional 32GB, and HDMI out. Detachable console-like controls are still included and remain the same size as they were.
The Wikipad will be available at launch at Best Buy, Walmart, and TigerDirect.com