It's not uncommon for a notebook or other device to be unveiled by a large supplier that ends up being rebranded and sold by a bunch of different companies all around the world. Such is the case with the Pegatron tablet that has been sold as the WePad, Masterpad, and under other names so far. That same tablet is being rebranded and shipped over to Italy as the Ergo tablet.
The Ergo will run Windows 7 and while most of the features are the same as its brethren under other names, the Ergo does have a few unique features. Ergo had Pegatron add a 2MP camera rather than the 1.3MP the other versions use. The Ergo also gets GPS, ambient light sensor, and 3G connectivity that are missing on some other versions.
The common features include the 11.6-inch screen, Intel Atom N455 processor, 1GB of RAM, and storage is to 32GB or 64GB SSDs. The Ergo also has dual USB ports and a mini-HDMI output. The tablet will go for five hours on a single charge of the battery. Pricing and availability information on the Ergo are unknown at this time.