The WePad is real after all, and coming to you this June
Despite our suspicions, the We Pad is apparently real - or at least they've made one of them. At a press launch in Berlin at the beginning of the week, there was a single device for journalists to look at, and it wasn't running the Android OS promised in the specs, but Windows 7 instead.
To see how the WePad would work upon release, journalists had to watch a video. The single demonstration model caused mass excitement at the event, and as if you couldn't guess it was developed by the Germans, just look at the chap holding it - CEO Helmut Hoffer von Ankershoffen:
TechCrunch reports there have already been 20,000 devices pre-ordered ahead of the June launch. The prices will range from €449 to €569 for the fully equipped 32GB version.