Elocity A7 goes up for pre-order on Amazon with Android 2.2, Tegra 2, and a $370 price tag

Galaxy Tab? Who needs that overpriced prima donna? Here’s the tablet the economical among us have been waiting for. Alright, so the Elocity A7 didn’t elicit the highest of praise when it made its cameo on The Engadget Show, but let’s congratulate its makers on achieving a pair of feats. Firstly, StreamTV has managed to get its Froyo tablet listed for pre-order on Amazon — which is no mean feat in itself, just ask Notion Ink — and secondly, it’s done so at an even lower price point than promised, with an encouraging $370 tag. Even if you’re like us and not entirely blown away by its performance, you’ve got root for this little slate to complete the narrative and start selling — if for no other reason than that it might incite others to stoop to the same price point.

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By | 2010-09-09T18:58:56+00:00 September 9th, 2010|Android Related, Just the Tablets|1 Comment

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  1. Annis Steinbauer March 15, 2011 at 5:07 am

    It’s really nice device, however as technology progresses more and more elocity a7 is not cutting edge anymore. There are quite a few new devices powered by windows 7, which I think is way better than a7. Of course if you will be mainly browsing internet, who needs windows features.

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