Cheap tablets are flooding the market like anything. Soon after MIPS announced a $99 ICS tablet, we have a $229.99 FroYo tablet with Tegra 2 processor inside. Cheap does not necessary mean bad, but you should be very careful before buying such devices.
Stream TV Networks, a Philadelphia, US based company has launched a limited edition successor to its original A7 tablet in the form of eLocity A7+. It is already on sale starting today from J&R and NewEgg.com, while ShopNBC will begin airing customized eLocity A7+ value bundle sales on December 8th to the 19th, 2011.
A self-professed competitor to Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire, eLocity A7+ features seven-inch 1024 x 600 resolution display, dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and Android 2.2 (really!).
eLocity A7+ Specifications:
- DDR2 512 MB, 667MHz RAM
- 802.11b/g with Internal Antenna
- Bluetooth 2.1, 1 x USB 2.0 Host
- 4GB Flash Memory with Micro SD Card Slot (Up to 32GB)
- HDMI Output (1080P)
- 1.3MP Front Facing CMOS Webcam