[CES 2011] With 2011 here, Honeycomb is going to be an important milestone for Google’s Android and eLocity is planning to take advantage of that. The Stream TV-owned company has announced that it will have seven different tablets showcased during CES, though it doesn’t seem like they will win any awards for the naming scheme. These tablets are called the A10.1 through the A10.7. Still, specifications aren’t too bad, as they will be powered by a dual-core Tegra 2 processor and offer features such as microSDHC card support up to 32GB, USB ports, 1080p video output via HDMI and more. These A10 tablets will be available for pre-order from January 17th, though there isn’t any mention of pricing just yet.

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