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eLocity Launches Seven New Tablets Based On Android 3.0 "Honeycomb"

eLocity Launches Seven New Tablets Based On Android 3.0 "Honeycomb"

Well, it's safe to say that the tablet flood of 2011 has started. With the Consumer Electronics Show kicking off this week, Stream TV Networks has announced a whopping seven new tablets for the public to see. They're all in the eLocity line, and honestly, the specifications on each aren't that different from one another.

The 10-inch eLocity A10 line of mobile tablets will be placed up for preorder on January 17th, and the big news is what they'll be running: Android 3.0. Google has yet to even announce this version of Android, and already this company seems to be familiar with it. Honeycomb will be on-board, as will NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processor. They'll also have HDMI outputs, front-facing cameras and varying price points. We are told that the new eLocity A10.1, A10.2, A10.3, A10.4, A10.5, A10.6 and A10.7 models will have the highest screen resolution within the mobile tablet category, but further details are being kept low.

At this point, though, we're just happy to hear that Honeycomb is a reality, and we suspect other tablet makers will be using it shortly.

eLocity Launches Seven New 10-Inch Mobile Tablets
 
A10s available soon for online preorder

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Stream TV Networks announced today it will be expanding its eLocity product line and launching the 10-inch eLocity A10 line of mobile tablets for preorder on January 17th, 2011 at various online retailers. The A10 line will be previewed at CES on January 6th, 2011 (Stream TV Booth 30329), where detailed specifications will be released.

The new 10-inch eLocity mobile tablets will run the Flash-enabled Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) OS with powerful NVIDIA Tegra 2 processors. These models, equipped with ample storage, front facing cameras and HDMI outputs, will be available at varying price points to meet a wide range of user preferences. The new eLocity A10.1, A10.2, A10.3, A10.4, A10.5, A10.6 and A10.7 models will have the highest screen resolution within the mobile tablet category. eLocity A10s launch for online preorder beginning on January 17th at http://MicroCenter.com, http://Frys.com, http://Sears.com, http://Newegg.com, http://Walmart.com, http://bjs.com, http://TigerDirect.com, http://Amazon.com and http://MicroCenter.com. This launch follows the successful introduction of the eLocity A7 seven inch mobile tablet, for which production targets were increased to meet high consumer demand. The eLocity A7 was the first mobile tablet available in the US to run the Android 2.2 OS.

CEO Mathu Rajan of Stream TV comments, "We're pleased to introduce our new mobile tablets in time for CES. These additional models will make the A Series tablet line more robust and provide consumers with more options to suit their varied needs, while addressing skyrocketing demand for tablet computing solutions."

The eLocity A7 and A10 tablets optimize portability, connectivity, and computing power like never before in a sleek design. The A Series offers a wide range of mobile apps, supports Adobe Flash and is enabled for 3D gaming with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 T-250 dual core processor. Sporting high resolution multi-touch screens and high speed internal flash memory, the eLocity A Series mobile tablets are multipurpose devices that provide a full entertainment solution along with business productivity and wireless connectivity. The tablets are equipped with micro SD slots supporting up to 32GB of added storage, USB ports supporting up to 64GB of added storage and a 1080p HDMI output.

Stream TV's mission is to bring to market innovative products featuring state-of-the-art technology designed to transform consumer communications and digital lifestyle.

For more information, please visit http://elocitynow.com.  
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I was expecting this, and am pretty sure we will see tablets galore from CES. Intel seems to be loosing a big chunk of business to as I am pretty sure slate devices of this caliber are going to eat netbooks alive. Not many of them seem to be even worrying about anything from big I at all. Even though I have heard some positives on the AMD side of this coin with there new mini chip, it has mostly either been Tegra2 or other smart phone processors like the A9.

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