WePad, an android tablet developed by a Germany company, considered to be competing with iPad has changed its name from wePad to weTab.The company states the reason for this change is to clearly distinguish their products in the international market for touchscreen computers ( tablet computers).
WeTab was announced in mid-April. The device runs a version of Linux and s desinged to play games, read e-books and surf through the internet.
WeTab release date is set to August.
A WeTab with 16GB of storage is priced at $571, which includes Wi-Fi. A 32GB WeTab 3G with 1080p video is priced at $718.