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Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (bottom)

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

Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (bottom)

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

Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (bottom)

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

Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (bottom)

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

Velocity Micro Cruz T301

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (back)

Velocity Micro Cruz T301 (side)

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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