WeTab is German-made tablet that runs Linux-based operating system with custom MeeGo with support for Linux and Android applications. WeTab native has 11.6-inch screen, 1366 x 768 pixels and 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 processor. But there is a new version on display at Computex this week with a new chipset and a smaller display.
New WeTab has 1.5 GHz Intel Atom Z670 chip Oak Trail and a 10.1-inch screen, 1024 x 600 pixels. People NetbookNews and nDevil try this tablet at Computex exhibition and found that these tablets have a SIM card slot, HDMI output, USB and custom operating system from WeTab it.
Intel spent the last nine months of polish silikin Oak Trail to increase battery life and performance of Windows 7 tablets, and the plan will come at the end of next month so there will be a new chip from Intel is Atom Z670 with 1.5GHz speed.
While Fudzilla have heard that the tablets with a chip is present in March, eagle-eyed people in Netbook News saw the Fujitsu stylistic Q550 stated that the new platform will be launched on March 30, 2011. That seems in line with what we’ve heard for a matter of time, because the two other devices a Samsung Sliding PC 7 and WindPad MSI 100W which also uses the Oak Trail is also planned to be marketed in March.
Is likely that we will hear more about it all at CeBIT next week.