Our friends in Germany are proud to release the new WeTab (formerly known as the WePad) next month to retail stores (or pre-order online now.)
Comparable to a “fruity” tablet that is available, the WeTab offers Flash, USB ports, runs on Android, Linux, and Adobe AIR. It works in both Portrait and Landscape modes, and the website boasts:
Its looks will leave you breathless, and its measures will drop your jaw. Wait until you get it in your hands: The WeTab lays the world at your hands. Browse the internet, watch movies, write e-mails, chat on Facebook – do whatever you want! You can even get some work done, if you absolutely must.
As of now, the Media Market offers the WeTab in two models: 16 GB memory and WiFi is 449 € ( about 575 US$.) The 32 GB version offers WLAN and 3G is running 569 € (About 880 US$)
Both feature an 11.6 inch multi-touch widescreen display and offer multitasking.
Christian Soult gives a great review of the WeTab here (in German) Check it out and let’s keep following and see when it comes Stateside!