WeTab, which previously known as the WeePad is finally going to ship in the next week. According to the insider from Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, the WeTab MeeGo-based tablet is going to ship on schedule without delays anymore.
Just like what we have come to known from the first, this WeTab carries 11.6-inch multi-touchscreen supporting HD resolution at 1366 x 768, and it’s going to sing along with Intel’s Atom N450 CPU that runs 1.66 GHz.
Other specs that we have mentioned before included 1.3MP webcam, card reader, two USB port, Bluetooth, WiFi, accelerometer 6 hours battery, and 16GB flash storage instead of 32GB on the lower end model.
This MeeGo-based tablet WeTab is going to ship on September 21st for €449.
There is also a higher model of WeTab that has 32GB flash storage, and has been completed with 3G, GPS, HDMI output, and full HD playback capability for €569.