Posts tagged eLocity A7
It seems the blogosphere got itself all in a tizzy yesterday. Comments made by an NVIDIA rep. had us all thinking that first generation Tegra 2 tablets, currently sporting Android 2.2, would not see upgrades to Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) because they would not support it. The support they More >
NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor graced a few tablets before hitting the big time with the Motorola XOOM. These tablets such as the eLocity A7, NotionINK Adam, ViewSonic gTablet, and Toshiba Folio 100 were the first to use the 1Ghz dual-core processor. The latest Tegra 2 development platform is More >
StreamTV Networks Inc. was one of the first in the United States to release a tablet with the Tegra 2 dual-core processor. They were also one of the first to offer a tablet with Android 2.2 on it, which meant that the eLocity A7 was More >
Stream TV Networks released one of the first Android 2.2 7-inch Tegra 2 tablets to the market just a few months ago and now they are planning to release 7 different 10-inch tablets. The new line will be showed at CES 2011 this week and More >
Here is our video review of the eLocity A7 Internet Tablet.
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Stream TV Networks has issued the first update for their eLocity A7 Internet Tablet. This update resolves several of the issues that users were having. No update will fix the fact that the capacitive touchscreen on this device is not true mulit-touch. Here is a More >
The Elocity A7 Android 2.2 tablet was one of the first Tegra 2 tablets to be announced back in August. In September the device became available to pre-order and was said to start shipping by Nov. 22 to not only Amazon.com but other stores such More >