A new demo for the upcoming WePad has hit the Internet (via SlashGear). The prototype in this demo does not have a working touchscreen, so we see it used via mouse. Late in the video, another prototype with a working touchscreen is used.
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In both cases, the WePad is very fast and seems to be extremely responsive. There are a plethora of onscreen widgets, and the tablet's UI seems quite good. This tablet may not be an iPad killer, but it is definitely shaping up to be a solid alternative.