Wikipad 7 Inch Gaming Tablet and Controller, saving £215.01 - £59.99 @ iwantoneofthose
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Wikipad 7 Inch Gaming Tablet and Controller, saving £215.01 - £59.99 @ iwantoneofthose

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Found 12th Jul 2017
Not sure this is a good deal or not as i'm not sure if it's any good. But maybe worth a punt for some gamers out there

£49.99 with a code - WIKIPAD - Ame2607
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Its £49.99 with a code - WIKIPAD
Been a lot cheaper than this in the past (cue time machine comments)
Heck "OnLive PC console gaming" .... OnLive closed it's services in April 2015. This is a seriously old tablet/controller combo. Tegra 3 CPU circa 2011.

Edited by: "BargainMad" 12th Jul 2017
Had one of these for 3 or 4 years... It's not a great tablet but quite robust and well made. The controller is ok too. Bit dated now I'd say...so for £60 I'd look elsewhere.
Sorry these are utter tosh, had 3 so far, x1 USB connecter broke, guess what another USB socket broke and the 3rd one the usb connector is going now and it isn't from swapping out the controller either took one apart and its shocking.

Not the fastest has low speed ram and storage cant upgrade droid at all. Controller is fine and the mapping works fine.
Got one of these and used it about twice...
The ROM & hardware are a bit dated now but it'll do for emulators & a bit of light gaming.

I haven't tried Remote Play on it in a while - perhaps I should blow the dust off...
With extremely low specs and a very outdated version of Android, these are completely useless these days unless you are just wanting to use them for streaming games from your PC with moonlight (Which you need a compatible graphics card for) or for emulation of very old systems. Also, the controller itself is quite uncomfortable to hold in my opinion.

Although, when it first came out, this was probably very impressive, it is completely worthless by today's standards and I would not recommend paying more than £10-£15 for one.
I have one of these, paid £30 a few years ago. Perfectly fine for emulation up to SNES and MD level, plus plenty of arcade games including CPS2. But at others have said, you'd get better value buying a newer tablet and an ipega controller now. I run a 10" Chuwi tablet with expandable controller now but that cost £200! Does run emulation up to PSP and a little GameCube though, and it's a beast at 10 inches!
if i priced up one of my dried old turds as £275 with £215.01 off, would that be a deal?
bouncy991 h, 34 m ago

if i priced up one of my dried old turds as £275 with £215.01 off, would t …if i priced up one of my dried old turds as £275 with £215.01 off, would that be a deal?

​chuck it on n see..
These are good for the price but you really need a nvidia GPU to enjoy streaming from your PC to the tablet. Emulation wise they're good with HDMI output to boot and the controls are fairly accurate. It's a shame that there hasn't been any updates to it.
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