Elocity A7+, a Dual-Core Android Tablet (With Froyo) Announced


Our friends at Elocity have announced the new A7+ tablet, a 7 inch version of their Android tablet that adds a lot of power to an already respectable model. This version sports a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, the same chip many other Android tablets have used as of late.

We’ve also got 512MB of RAM, a 1.3 megapixel camera, 4GB of internal storage, HDMI out, WiFi and more. For software, this one’s running a disappointing Android 2.2 (no Gingerbrasd? Really?) and it’s unlikely we’ll ever see an official Ice Cream Sandwich or Honeycomb upgrade.

It’s coming in at $230, just $20 less than Barnes & Noble’s new Nook Tablet and 30$ more expensive than Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet. With those two options we don’t blame you if you pass this one right up. Read on for full press details.

eLocity A7+ with Tegra 2 and a 1024 x 600 Capacitive Multitouch Screen available for $229.99, A NVIDIA competitor to KINDLE Fire and Nook is ideal Holiday gift

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Stream TV Networks announced today the official launch of the eLocity A7+, its new 7-inch mobile tablet. The eLocity A7+ features a 1024 x 600 Capacitive Multitouch Screen, a MicroSD card slot supporting up to 32GB and a USB port supporting up to 64GB totaling 100GB including the internal Flash memory. The A7+ will be available at the discounted price of $229.99 at select retail and e-commerce sites beginning next week.

The A7+ is an appealing alternative to the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet and the Nook, offering a more powerful CPU, Tegra 2, full Flash, and a full local browser, keeping your data private and providing an expandable memory of up to 100GB. The eLocity A7+ is competitively priced compared to the Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet.

Similar to the original eLocity A7 seven-inch tablet launched in August of 2010, the new 7-inch A7+ tablet will initially run the Flash-enabled Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS with the powerful dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2  processor.  According to Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV Networks, “The NVIDIA Tegra 2 is a superior chip compared to what is currently offered in the Kindle Fire or Nook.”

The eLocity A7+ will lead the tablet market with a high screen resolution of 1024 x 600 on a 7-inch four point multi-touch screen. The A7+ will also include a standard size HDMI port for 1080P playback, USB 2.0 port supporting up to 64GB, and a MicroSD slot that supports up to 32GB of expandable storage. Full specifications are outlined below.

“We’re thrilled to be able to follow the success of our A7 with a line of strikingly designed tablets that will appeal to consumers and set an extremely high bar for our competitors to attempt to meet,” says Rajan. “With the A7+, we have successfully exceeded the industry standards for resolution and we look forward to introducing additional products featuring superior technology and excellent features at a competitive price,” he adds.

According to Rajan, the A7+ stays true to Stream TV’s mission to bring to market innovative products featuring state-of-the-art technology designed to transform consumer communications and digital lifestyle. The eLocity line of consumer products stands to take video viewing and gaming to new levels through cutting edge and state of the art display and graphics technology.

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eLocity A7+ Tablets

  • NVIDIA Tegra 2 T250, 1GHz, 1MB L2 Cache
  • DDR2 512 MB, 667MHz RAM
  • Ships with Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • 7 inch 4 point Multi Touch 1024 x 600
  • 4GB Flash Memory
  • 2 X 0.5W Stereo Speakers
  • 1.3MP Front Facing CMOS Webcam
  • Analog Microphone
  • Unit Dimensions: 10.9″ X 7″ X 0.5″
  • Unit Weight: 1.72 lbs
  • 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Output
  • 802.11b/g with Internal Antenna
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host
  • 1 x Micro SD Card Slot (Up to 32GB)
  • HDMI Output (1080P)
  • Docking Port (Docking Station for Future Release)
  • 3-Axis Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Vibrate Mode



Stream TV Networks, Inc. is a Philadelphia-based new media company founded in 2009 to serve a consumer market seeking enhanced entertainment and communications experiences through superior quality devices with unlimited accessibility and superior quality.  Through its eLocity brand, Stream TV intends to reshape the current media landscape by releasing computer-enabled devices that create an environment where on-demand access to content is available anytime and anywhere, where interactive user feedback is standard, and where creative participation and community formation around media content is nurtured.  The company’s mission is simple–redefine “new media” so that it reaches its true dynamic potential and real-time interactive relationship with the media consumer.


SOURCE Stream TV Networks

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. what garbage this is!!!

  2. Better than the fire.

  3. Seriously 2.2 what a joke. Why do companies do this. does it really cost more to ship it out with latest version?

  4. Froyo? seriously at this point only a complete noob would consider this, and being it’s not a popular brand name you can pretty much forget about noobs too, this is going flop big time.

  5. Froyo is pretty horrific considering how lkng gingerbread has been out, but my phone is more powerful than the fire so..

  6. For those that are complaining about Froyo on this, I pose this question…
    Have you SEEN the Honeycomb source?

  7. LOL!

  8. It’s rootable so, anything is possible with a little know how and ingenuity. I would buy it as a toy to mess with. See what kind r Gingerbread or Honeycomb action I could get working on this hooptie.

  9. Dead before Arrival, this is why Google need to get a hold of some of these companies, and stop this fragmenting of google eco-system. There need to be some type of approval process before you can carry any android program! 

  10. Honestly though, why even put something out with Froyo at this point.  Its like the dumbest thing possible. Especially when gingerbread could easily be run on any device.  I feel like it was setup for failure

  11. Once again I ask…
    Have any of you SEEN the Honeycomb source code?

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