We usually don’t think of Velocity Micro as a maker of high-end devices, quite the contrary. However, they are targeting different kind of users and we applaud them for finding the niche where they can compete in.
And the best part is that they keep pushing their agenda and are preparing to unveil two new Android 4.0 tablets at the CES. The two devices are 7-Inch Cruz T507 and 9.7-Inch Cruz T510, both of which (as far as we understood) rock Cortex A8 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, front-facing camera for video calls, HDMI out and preloaded Amazon’s Appstore.
Sure enough any geek wants something better these days, but then again – Velocity’s products are made for an average user who more often than not has no clue what Android is all about. For them, the Cruz T507 and Cruz T510 present great entry points into the tablet space. And considering these two will probably be pretty affordable, I can easily see Velocity and its merchant partners moving quite a few units…