With what we've seen from Google's Android 3.0 platform so far, we have a sneaky suspicion that the days are numbered for tablets built on previous versions of Android. Nevertheless, Stream TV Networks plans to offer up its eLocity A10 tablet for pre-order on February 15. This tablet rocks some serious hardware -- like Nvidia's Tegra 2 T250 processor -- but it's also saddled with Android 2.2 (Froyo), a risky gamble with Motorola's Xoom tablet on the horizon.
While it's hard to get excited over Froyo, the eLocity A10 hopes to brings plenty of other features to the table, including a 1366x768 10pinch IPS multi-touch panel. It also includes 512MB of DDR2-667 RAM, between 4GB and 64GB of flash storage, a pair of 0.5W stereo speakers, 1.3MP front facing CMOS webcam, 3.5mm audio jack, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a USB port, microSD card slot, HDMI, 3-axis accelerometer, ambient light sensor, vibrate mode, and a docking port.
"We're glad to follow up the A7 with a line of strikingly designed tablets that raise the bar. We've exceeded the industry standards for resolution and we look forward to continuing to push the envelope with the other products we are planning to launch in 2011," said Mathu Rajan, CEO of Stream TV Networks.
Cost of entry runs $400 for the 4GB model for early orders, while the 32GB and 64GB models will ship for $600 and $700, respectively.