Unfortunately at launch the WeTab will only be available in Germany. Fortunately, the company has confirmed that it will start taking orders for the tablet September 21st — just a week from today. The company will charge 449 Euros for a WiFi-only model with 16GB of storage, while the WeTab 3G with 3G, GPS, HDMI output and 32GB of storage will run 569 Euros.
A rep from Neofonie says the tablet boots in just 16 seconds, and takes just a second to resume from sleep, thanks to the MeeGo technology. You can check out a video from IDF today after the break, thanks to Slashgear.