December 13, 2010 | by Chris Smith
Well, we have made it almost to the end of the year with hardly any of the magical, mystical Android tablets that we saw at CES at the beginning of the year actually making it to the market. There have been some, but nothing too notable other than the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Today, we have another Android tablet that is actually shipping, the Stream TV eLocity A7.
The eLocity A7 sports a 1Ghz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, a 7-inch capacitive touch screen with 800×480 resolution, Android 2.2, a front facing webcam, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of on board flash memory. The A7 also has WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, and something nice is that the tablet has “Google’s blessing” with the Android Market included. I’m starting to think that it doesn’t really matter what your tablet is made of to get the Android Market and Google apps; it’s pretty obvious at this point that Google doesn’t really have a solid Android tablet strategy.
Anyways, we have to say that this tablet looks pretty enticing, especially at the price of $299.99 on the site BJS. That deal will last until the 18th of December, but you can still get in on the major sites (Amazon, Newegg, Walmart, etc.) for around $369.99. It’s hard to recommend a tablet from a company that I have never heard of, but at least eLocity isn’t punking out on the specs as it looks to be a somewhat desirable tablet.