Velocity Micro has announced a pair of Android tablets, the Cruz D610 and the Cruz Q610. Both models are similar in features in that they are both sporting a 9.7-inch displays at 1024 x 768 and running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Velocity Micro, like so many smaller manufacturers at the moment, is preparing at least two new Ice Cream Sandwich tablets for 2012. The company invited us to check out its latest wares at CES, and while the the Cruz T510 and
Velocity Micro has been working on the fringes of the Android tablet space for a while, but it looks looks like they’re preparing a new line for 2012 with a bit more going for it. The company released new information on the
Velocity Micro is extending its tablet offerings with a pair of new budget-priced Gingerbread models. The Cruz T408 and Cruz T410 are 8-inches and 10-inches respectively (natch), with built-in access to the Amazon App Store and
Just a couple of days ago we let you know of the then-latest group to sign a deal with Microsoft for their patent licenses including their latest Android-carrying hardware. This company goes by the name General Dynamics Itronix
Velocity Micro has had some of its cool Android-powered Cruz tablets up for pre-order for a while now. The company is showing off its Cruz line at CES 2011 this week with the addition of three new Cruz tablets to the lineup. The
Shh! It’s a quiet release! Velocity Micro have basically just told the world in a whisper voice that they’ve got a new budget tablet to add to their ever-growing line running Android 2.0 out on the market now.
It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from Velocity Micro. Their Tablet and Reader were a notable topic a few months back, but since then they seemed to just drop off the map entirely. Apparently they were hard