WePad

The We Pad is a smarter solution for enjoying the Internet your way.This is owning something that you can possibly dream of,  Why? Because when you’re locked in, you get the Internet their way. It’s a German-made tablet computer with some impressive features and specifications including, state-of-the art media tablet and put a whole lot of fun function in it. WePad, allows you to do almost anything, from browsing Internet, watch YouTube, check your e-mail, chat with friends on Facebook, and much, much more. WePad built a platform based on two established, well-known technologies, Android and Linux. It’s quick and simple, any app that already exists for Android also runs on the WePad. Right out of the box. See photos turn into videos, get personalized information, chat with your favorite writers, discuss topics with other readers. No need to remember a Web address, or even search for the headlines of the day – because the news come to you.Unlike the iPad the We Pad supports Flash and multi tasking and has web cam handy for Skype video calls. WePad offers “WeMagazineePublishing Open Platform, hoping publishers will leverage, giving the publishers all the tools they need to tell stories in a thousand new ways.The birth of WePad would swept I, “which All along the way, we will gladly help connect the dots, so that the power of We can make magic happen. But we will never, ever box you in. Or anybody else, for that matter. Not even those who have a big I and prefer to pursue their own Me. Promise”

The We Pad should be available this summer in Germany with a starting price point of $449 Euros or $600 USD.

We Pad Touch Screen Features and Specifications

  • 11.6″ touchscreen display
  • With a massive 11.6” [1366×768] touchscreen
  • 1.66 Ghz Atom N450 Processor
  • GMA 3150 graphics
  • UMTS modem
  • Bluetooth
  • WLANn
  • 1.3mp web camera
  • 16 GB storage, 32 GB SD card support
  • SIM card slot, 2 USB ports
  • GPS optional
  • Flash card reader.

In addition, the New York Times is reporting Google is coming out with a tablet of its own, Android.

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