How close can you go to the iPad name and get away with it? YouPad? OurPad? MyPad? Or is 'Pad' just too generic to trademark? http://wepad.mobi/en Reminds me very much of the success of the Apple II and all the other manufacturers coming out with their own versions with fruit and veggie names like Acorn or Peach. I think there was even a Lemon too, of all things to name a product. And then you get into the 'iPad killer' meme, like this article: http://hothardware.com/News/Neofonie-WePad-Is-An-116-AndroidBased-iPad-Killer/ Strikes me that naming your product after your competition's isn't really the best way to start to go about beating your competition. Anyway, looking at the interface on this WePad, and how much it reminds me of the contrast between Windows 95 and Mac System 9, I imagine the majority of people will opt for the cheaper (free) ugly interface on cheap hardware and it will dominate market share and the dawn of a new two platform battle/age of iPhone OS vs Android replacing the older Mac vs Windows one, so it's deja vu all over again for the next twenty years. Microsoft looks like it's really missed the early boat this time around so can they ever be a major player like they were before?