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eLocity A7 7″ Android 2.2 Internet Tablet Review

December 20th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

The innovative idea of eLocity behind development of A7 7 inches Tablet is to offer the convenience of PC operations and the ease of handling the mobile device in a single package. eLocity A7 is nothing but the outcome of blend between a PC and a mobile device which is built for Android 2.2 OS. Internet accessibility is the constant steady breeze through inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity. This can nearly be modified in several modes with the assistance of several Android applications that are showcased online.

eLocity A7 with 7 inch touchscreen is of more capacity than that of a mobile device and speedier than any iPad. These added capabilities and speed are the major attributes of the sleek device which gets its power from Dual ARM 9 CPU and NVIDIA’S Tegra 2. Power cannot hinder your 3D game or music and you can experience the lively game with 3-axis accelerometer. The completely charged single pack of 2 cell Lithium polymer battery allows you to experience uninterrupted video for 5 hours as well as music for about 100 hours.

The touchscreen of eLocity A7 operates on the slight touch of your finger tip where no stylus is required. It is also featured with a virtual keyboard which allows you to perform all the activities that can be performed by your laptop or desktop. You can even enjoy the liberty of watching movie on big screen with the HDMI output and simultaneously work on A7 Tablet with the help of full fledge wireless keyboard which comes as an added amenity.

Android 2.2 is the pre-loaded operating system with eLocity A7 which can even be customized with any other application available. This is facilitated as it offers an open source platform. There are numerous applications which are developed for Android today. If you are more into developing code, than this open source allows you to develop your own applications according to your needs.

eLocity A7 tablet serves as a magnificent media player. The 4 GB internal memory which has the capacity to accommodate 4 movies, 40,000 pictures and 2000 songs can be further extended upto 32 GB and 64 GB with micro SDHC slot and USB 2.0 port which enhances the storage capacity to million pictures, 96 movies and 48,000 songs. It supports various file formats like MPEG-4, H.264, DivX, AVI, MKV, MOV, FLY etc. You can even make use of available HDMI output if you desire to enjoy the movie on bigger screen.

It might be the case that you are annoyed by constantly zooming and scrolling keys of your mobile to view the entire content of the page. But now you can breathe a sigh of relief as Android browser with eLocity A7 facilitates web surfing with magnificent speed and you can happily view all the pages on a wide 7 inch touchscreen. Android application has not only made surfing and emailing easy but also it offers productive usage of MS office along with adobe readers and PDF files.

Whatever task you do on your PC can be accomplished by eLocity A7 Android 2.2 Internet Tablet. Even shopping through Tablet is amazing using apps of amazon.com. You can carry thousands of photos along with you wherever you go. With Elocity A7 Tablet in hand you can never get isolated from your beloved ones even for a second and still improve your productivity while at work. To enjoy such amazing facilities eLocity A7 Android 2.2 Internet Tablet comes to you with a price tag of $369.99.

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  1. Gatorproof
    December 20th, 2010 at 08:46 | #1

    I have had my A7 for less then a week and am still trying to figure out the software. I also have a Samsung Epic which is a tuff act to follow for the average $300 tablet. I like the display quality as it is quit good. I would rather had the Google Market as opposed to the Jetger but I am giving it a chance. The screen touch is very responsive and the only negatives I have found is a weird little flutter glitch when a photo is displayed. It starts out fuzzy and then clears up very nicely. I am concerned about the battery life. They say 5 hours of video and 100 hours of music. Just playing with it and getting used to the Froyo and Elocity’s ui takes some time and I have to tell you I don’t think I am getting more then two hours on a full battery charge. That is a huge minus in my book. If you take in mind the quality of the unit’s speed and clarity and brightness of the screen and the sunlight display useabilty it is a great buy for $299.99, which is what I paid for it. If I had paid $400 or more I would have returned it. I will say that the company does answer their emails and right away quick so they seem eager to please.