Velocity Micro Cruz T301

The Velocity Micro Cruz T301 Android tablet is not a great product. But with a street price as low as $160, its core Android features and sturdy hardware make it a workable solution if you're strapped for cash.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Although the Cruz is based around Android (version 2.2), the expected physical navigation buttons typically found below the screen are absent. Instead, taking a cue from Android 3.0, Velocity Micro placed a navigation bar within the software, running it across the top of the screen.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

A removable plastic panel covers the back, protecting a rechargeable battery pack.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

The right side offers an oversize volume rocker switch.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (bottom)

On the bottom you'll find a pair of decent-sounding built-in speakers, along with a headphone jack and a socket for the power adapter.
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