Reviews and Problems with Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet T408
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Velocity Micro Cruz tablet
5 November 2011
Summary: The Velocity Micro Cruz T410 exists in an awkward space between full-fledged Android tablets and the walled garden of the Kindle Fire. What freedom it affords is spoiled by a poor screen and uninspired design.
Pros: The Velocity Micro Cruz T410 has capable tablet hardware at a great price.
Cons: The design is bulky, the dim screen has some bad viewing angles, and the T410 doesn't have Google Mobile apps or Android Market.
Summary: Overall, I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the Cruz T408’s performance. It could certainly get better battery life, and the poor screen viewing angles could be problematic in some situations — especially if you want to watch movies or look at photos with a friend, but for $200 you could certainly do worse.
Velocity Micro also touts its US-based customer support as a selling point, but I haven’t had a chance to test that out.
Summary: The $239 Velocity Cruz T408 tablet's affordable price will be very attractive to students and frugal tablet shoppers of all ages. And unlike with the Kindle Fire, you can use this slate to make video calls. However, the slate's somewhat sluggish performance and low-res display are turn-offs, as is the awkward skinning of Android. While the Cruz T408 is certainly worth a look, you'll probably be better off picking up the $199 Kindle Fire.
Summary: Velocity Micro Cruz T408 è un tablet equipaggiato con sistema operativo Android 2.3 Gingerbread, display da 8 pollici, modulo WiFi per la connessione a Internet, processore Cortex A8 da 1 GHz, QuickOffice, fotocamera frontale e Amazon App Store