Velocity Micro Cruz T408 and T410

Velocity Micro's latest batch of Android tablets include a $239 T408 model with an 8-inch screen (left), and a $299 T410 model with a 10-inch screen (right). Both models offer 4GB of built-in storage, along with microSD memory expansion, and both run a modified (though upgradeable) version of Android 2.3.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T410

The 10-inch screen of the Velocity Micro Cruz T410 doesn't get very bright and its viewing angles aren't great. The screen's responsiveness is surprisingly swift, though.

For the $299 asking price, you also get 4GB of storage, and 512Mb of system memory. Apps for Amazon's App market and Kindle e-reader come preinstalled, as well as the full version of Quick Office, Angry Birds Rio, and more. Google's official apps for Maps, Apps, Gmail, and more, are not included.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T410

The top edge of the Velocity Micro Cruz T410 includes buttons for power and volume.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T410

The left edge of the Velocity Micro Cruz T410 offers ports for Mini USB, headphone output, and microSD.
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Velocity Micro Cruz T410

The back of the Velocity Micro Cruz T410 is covered in a matte black plastic that gets smudgy, but feels better than a slick, gloss coat.
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