Google and Motorola haven't quite announced that Honeycomb tablet we're expecting to see at CES in just a couple days, but that's not stopping eLocity, makers of the A7 tablet pictured above -- the company just announced no fewer than seven 10-inch Tegra 2 tablets running Android 3.0. Specs are pretty light, but we're told the new A10 line will use the dual-core Tegra 2 T-250, have "high-resolution" multitouch screens, microSD storage, USB ports, a front-facing camera, and feature an HDMI port that supports 1080p output. So why seven 10-inch tablets with what seem to be the same basic specs? We have no idea -- we're sure to find out more when CES kicks off. PR after the break.
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