"The WePad is a 11.6-inch Tablet that promises to be open and at the same time allowing publishers to have control over their content," writes I4U News' Luigi Lugmayr. "The WePad also positions itself on the side of Adobe by supporting Flash and Adobe AIR. The WePad runs a Linux OS that supports Android and Adobe AIR apps."
"[It's] not just the WePad hardware that sounds impressive (it's said to run a 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor, and have a 720p wide-screen display and a Webcam, among other things)," writes Crave's Matt Hickey. "It's also the thought that seemed to have gone into the ecosystem behind the device. It's said to run Android and Linux and have full access to the Android Marketplace, as well as a custom WePad app store."
"We have been told that the WePad will be ready for release in August, which we will then be able to learn much more about the device," writes PR News' Peter Chubb. "Not certain if Apple will worry about its new competition…"