AndyPad is the British company behind the tablet with the same name, that’s now supposed to come in two versions. Both run Android 2.3 and will launch in September, with the entry level unit retailing for 129 quid and packing a 7 inch resistive screen.

There will also be an AndyPad Pro unit, with capacitive touch technology, a front and rear camera and extra features (compared to the lower end unit), that will be revealed when the time comes. The price for the Pro will be similar to the regular slate and we now know that these devices will use the same amount of app memory: 512MB, although last week’s rumors placed them at 256MB, causing quite an outrage.

AndyPad wants a worldwide release for both versions of the tablet, at the same time with the one in UK.