eLocity to Soon Launch A10 Line of Mobile Tablets
Stream TV Networks, a Philadelphia-based new media company, tasted considerable success with its eLocity A7 seven-inch mobile tablet, the first of its kind in U.S. to run the Android (News - Alert) 2.2 OS. It announced the expansion of its eLocity product line and is expected to launch the 10-inch eLocity A10 line of mobile tablets for pre-order on Jan. 17.
The product line, which will be previewed at the Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 6, at Stream TV Booth 30329, is expected to be available with various online retailers starting Jan. 17.
In a press release, Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV, commented, "We're pleased to introduce our new mobile tablets in time for CES (News - Alert). 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."
Equipped with micro SD slots supporting up to 32GB of added storage and USB ports supporting up to 64GB of added storage, the new tablet series promises to have loads of space for files of all kinds. Front-facing cameras and HDM1 outputs guarantee a rich viewing experience. The new 10-inch models will run the Flash-enabled Android 3.0 OS with powerful NVIDIA (News - Alert) Tegra 2 processors. The A Series offers a wide range of mobile apps, supports Adobe Flash and is enabled for 3D gaming.
With high-resolution multi-touch screens and high-speed internal flash memory, the eLocity A Series mobile tablets are multipurpose devices that promise to provide entertainment, business productivity and wireless connectivity. They will be available at price ranges that cater to a wide user base and can be had from stores mentioned in the website.
In a related news release, Stream TV Networks structured a distribution platform for its new mobile tablet that optimizes portability, connectivity and computing power with a distribution powerhouse – D&H Distributing Co. of Harrisburg, Pa.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf