Neofonie went ahead and revealed something more about the much awaited WePad. It will run on the Atom N450 processor and will be available in two versions. The 16GB version will be priced at €450 whereas the 64GB version will sell for €569 and will also be HD capable. It puts to use live widget-based GUI and even offers Flash Player support. Unfortunately, people who attended the event were not allowed to place their hands on WePad but had to be satisfied with a few video demonstrations. Some people feel that desktop computers and laptop computers will go out of fashion with the advent of slates but hold your breath, that doesn't seem possible in the distant future.
WePad is expected to be released by the month of August and it is only then we will get to know more about the device. But at the end of the day this 11.6-inch Linux-based slate will need to have something extra to give some form of competition to Apple iPad.