Recently Velocity Micro started liquidating several of its low cost Android tablets to make room for new products. Now we have a first glimpse at one of those new devices: The Velocity Micro Cruz T410 Android tablet showed up at the FCC website this week.
The user manual doesn’t list any specifications, but the photos show a 10 inch tablet with a front-facing camera and microSD card slot. It also appears to have a 1 GHz Samsung Cortex-A8 processor and the tablet runs Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread. There’s a headphone jack and microUSB port as well.
The user manual has a long list of apps that come preloaded on the T410 tablet, including the Amazon Appstore, Angry Birds Rio, Quickoffice, Napster, and Amazon Kindle.
Velocity Micro hasn’t unveiled any pricing or availability details yet, but about two weeks ago the company said it would have new products to announce within a few weeks… so I wouldn’t be surprised to see the T410 launched during the IFA trade show this week.
Update: The tablet has 512MB of RAM, comes with Adobe Flash, and will sell for $299.99.