Velocity Micro has always been known for its low cost tablets while packing in decent bits and pieces of technology. The tablets weren’t bad, though they were nowhere near bestsellers in their respective segments. The company now has shifted into a higher gear in 2013 and is all set to unleash its next generation of tablet hardware bristling with the latest software.
The new Velocity Micro Cruz D610 and Cruz Q610 tablets will both run the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean besides offering 10 inches of screen space. The D610 is built around a dual core Allwinner processor, while the Q610 will feature a quad core chip from the same Chinese manufacturer. Thankfully, prices start at a decent $199 with availability starting from the first quarter of 2013. Both the tablet devices will also be on display at the upcoming CES event in Las Vegas.
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