Here is one more option in the 7 inch category of tablets – the eLocity A7 from the Philadelphia based company Stream TV Networks. The 7 inch tablet is currently available on pre-order with sales slated to begin from November 22. And in case you are thinking the tablet will be one more to make some initial noise before sliding into oblivion, well Stream TV Networks is reporting having received brisk pre-orders via Amazon. The company also announced five additional sales point that will be accepting pre-orders apart from Amazon. These are Sears.com, Newegg.com, PCMall.com, Walmart.com and MicroCenter.com.
The eLocity A7 also carries a unique distinction of being the first tablet device to go on sale in the US running the latest Android 2.2 Froyo. This apart, among the other important specifications of the eLocity A7 include a seven inch capacitive multi-touch display having a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The tablet has the power of a NVIDIA Tegra T-250 dual core processor and also includes a 4 GB high speed internal flash memory. The eLocity A7 also allows for further expansion of storage capacity to 32GB by way of micro SD card slot while the attached USB port supports another 64GB of extra storage. This should be enough for a tablet that Stream TV Networks likes to call an excellent entertainment device. It is towards this that has led to the tablet to also come integrated with a HDMI port while also supporting Adobe Flash along with 3D gaming.
However, with the eLocity A7, its not just about only entertainment as Stream TV Networks is also keen to position the device as a business tool. And with this in mind, there are several business apps that has been made available for use on the tablet. Connectivity options with the eLocity though is limited to 802.11B/G wireless and Bluetooth with 3G remaining out of the picture. The tablet also includes a 1.3 Megapixel camera while battery life is estimated to be around 5 hours for continuous video playback.
And lastly, coming to the other important aspect of the tablet. The eLocity A7 can be yours for $369.99, which makes it extremely competitive in the segment. More so if the high cost of the Galaxy Tab is taken into consideration.
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