Velocity Cruz D610 and Q610 announced – 10-inch Android tablets starting at $199

Velocity Cruz D610 and Q610 announced – 10-inch Android tablets starting at $199
CES is not only for those big, popular companies, you know. Some lesser known brands are attending as well, including Velocity, which just announced a pair of new Android tablets. The Velocity Cruz D610 and Cruz Q610, as they are called, both come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box and offer 10.1 inches of screen real estate. What sets the two apart, however, is that while the Cruz D610 is powered by a dual-core processor, its beefier sibling – the Velocity Cruz Q610, packs a quad-core CPU. (D610, Q610 – see what they did there?)

Unfortunately, further details about what makes the Velocity Cruz D610 and Q610 tick remain unclear, but the good news is that the two devices are "both powerful and affordable" at the same time, or so does their maker claim. Speaking of which, a starting retail price of around $199 is being quoted, presumably for the dual-core model. Both the Velocity Cruz D610 and Cruz Q610 are expected to launch in Q1 of 2013.



1. Tsoliades

Posts: 228; Member since: Dec 22, 2012

The giant "Cruz" on it is really ugly. The square shape of the tablet is ugly too. At least Apple makes their square tablets look good.

2. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

It's raining tablets!!!

3. motty

Posts: 84; Member since: Dec 13, 2012


4. papss unregistered

Cruz hasn't made a quality product yet and I suspect this will be no different

5. MC1123

Posts: 1256; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

is the ratio 4:3? that is a weird looking 10: tablet!! and least iPad looks good being a square... this one is just ugly!

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