Can’t wait till the WePad is launched so that it can try and take on Apple’s iPad? It’s still not at stores yet, and we’re looking forward to checking it out, but until then, a video of the WePad being used has surfaced, giving you a rough idea of how the WePad will function. The funny part is that the touch input probably isn’t working, as the person in the video (after the jump) is using a USB mouse to navigate around it.
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