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WePad hands-on demos: it’s real, it works

WePad hands-on demos: it’s real, it works

The WePad's track record for public demonstrations isn't great: the first time around, the iPad alternative was found to be playing a video demo rather than actually responding to direct control, prompting Neofonie to wheel out a prototype just to prove that it actually works.  Happily third time is the charm, with a new press event giving NetbookNews the chance to grab some hands-on time with a working WePad slate.

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WePad tablet gets second (working) video demo

WePad tablet gets second (working) video demo

After the first - surprisingly promising - hands-on report about the WePad, there's now a second video of the 11.6-inch tablet in action.  Just as the last video had a little oddness to it (in that the WePad looked to be occasionally doing things of its own accord, because it was actually running a UI demo video rather than being locally controlled), this time around the tablet's touchscreen isn't working and so navigation is via a plugged-in USB mouse.

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WePad Gets Hands-On Treatment

WePad Gets Hands-On Treatment

There's a lot of hands-on going on today, isn't there? While Microsoft got their own keynote, looks like the Android-powered WePad wants to have its time in the limelight, too. Can't say that we don't blame it, or those who created it, considering all the talk this tablet is getting. We heard earlier about its official pricing, and now we've got it on video, doing stuff. And, that's always better than rendered pictures, right?

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WePad Android tablet detailed: €449 from July

WePad Android tablet detailed: €449 from July

Remember the WePad?  Another Android-based assault on the iPad, the touchscreen slate is getting its official launch today in Germany, including hardware specs [pdf link] and pricing.  Kicking off at €449 ($611), the WePad has a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor paired with 16GB of flash storage, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 and a 1.3-megapixel camera; a €569 ($774) version will add in 3G and have 32GB of storage.

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Ergo tablet running Windows 7 surfaces

Ergo tablet running Windows 7 surfaces

An Italian company called Ergo has unveiled a new tablet in the Italian market that runs Windows 7 called the Ergo. This tablet has already been spied in other parts of the world under other names including the WePad, MasterPad and a few more names. What we have here is another rebranding of the same tablet.

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MeeGo WeTab will launch with no app store

MeeGo WeTab will launch with no app store

Neofonie's WeTab MeeGo slate may be expected to launch this week, but it seems the overall user experience may not quite live up to what iPad and Android tablet owners have become accustomed to.  CarryPad's Steve Paine bumped into one of the 4tiitoo team partially responsible for the WeTab (back when it was the WePad) and he confirmed that when the 10-inch tablet arrives it won't have any sort of application download store.

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