WeTab Set for September German Release, Other Countries to Follow
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!
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