Stream TV Networks has joined in the tablet fray yet again by improving on their previous offering, the eLocity A7, through the simple addition of a plus sign at the end. Yes sir, the sequel to the eLocity A7 is now known as the eLocity A7+, where it will hit the market at major retailers for $229.99 a pop. I guess this puts it in direct competition with the Amazon Kindle Fire, in addition to Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet, no? Do bear in mind that the eLocity A7+ is actually a limited edition release for the upcoming holiday season, where it will be sold only while stocks last – and once that runs out, it means you will have to wait until additional units roll off the production line. Since the early bird gets the worm, it makes perfect sense for such units to ship to consumers almost immediately.

In the eLocity A7+, you will find a 7″ touchscreen display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, sporting four-points of contact, a Tegra 2 processor, full Flash support, a full local browser that is capable of ensuring that your data remains private, a GetJar App Store that sports thousands of apps as well as an expandable memory that will bump the total up to 96GB – 64GB of internal memory, and another 32GB stashed via a microSD memory card. Anyone ready to give this Android-powered device a go? [Press Release]

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