eLocity A7: A 7" Tegra 2-Powered Slate Rivaling The Big Boys
The A7 is a 7" tablet that runs Android 2.2 and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset. The company claims that this slate is tailor made for gaming, and it also has a microSD card slot, an HDMI output and support for 1080p video playback. There's also a USB port, a capacitive touch panel (800x480) and a front-facing 1.3MP camera. There should also be a model out with 3G support, but that one will almost definitely sell for over $400. So, can bargain basement tablets compete with mainstream tablets? Time (and sales figures) will tell.
Stream TV's Groundbreaking eLocity A7 Tablet Available on Amazon.com Includes Value Pack
The eLocity A7 $369.99 price tag includes HDMI & USB cables and pre-loaded apps
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ --The eLocity A7 tablet launched yesterday for pre-order on Amazon.com retails for $369.99 and will ship with a free software and cable add-ons valued at $70. The value pack includes a gold-plated HDMI cable, USB to USB cable for easy data transfer and preloaded software including the Documents To Go MS Office mobile productivity suite and the Amazon.com shopping application.
The new eLocity A7, a 7-inch tablet with NVIDIA Tegra II and running Android 2.2 from Stream TV Networks, is currently available for pre-order and sold exclusively on Amazon.com for the initial launch period. The tablet comes with the NVIDIA Tegra II processor providing for an unbelievably fast 3D gaming experience, a micro SD card slot, HDMI port with 1080p output and a USB port. The eLocity A7 mobile tablet retails for $369.99 and is available for pre-order on Amazon.com.
CEO Mathu Rajan of Stream TV comments, "We strive to bring our customers the best possible value for their dollar incorporating the best hardware and software solutions. As the first tablet to become available for pre-order in the US with Android Froyo and NVIDIA Tegra II, we're proud to offer the A7 as a step forward in mobile tablet computing at an appealing price point."