Following the announcement of the WePad, an Android powered tablet set to lock horns with the iPad, more contenders are set to enter the ring.
Although Apple’s press presence can make the iPad seem like the only tablet on its way, it won't have the market to itself. Analysts estimate that at least 50 competing products will be available before the end of the year.
Many of these devices will also use Android, along with Nvidia’s Tegra 2 platform - the most important feature of which is Flash playback.
Unless Apple adds support for Adobe’s video standard, these contenders could give the iPad some trouble.
(Mashable's report includes three videos of prototypes demonstrated by Bill Henry, director of Tegra product management at Nvidia.)