Pre-orders of the eLocity A7 has arrived for some already. However, it has hit one major snag in becoming the most powerful 7" Android tablet on the market, and certainly will dampen developer and community interest towards the device. The A7 is the just first 7" Tegra 2 Android tablet on the market. We will certainly see many viable Nvidia Tegra 2 Android alternatives in the coming year. Some people are returning their A7s already. According to reports by users at XDA, the capacitive touchscreen is 1+1 touch. While it works for pinch to zoom actions, it is not a true multitouch device. This rules it out from being a true next-generation Android device. Other Tegra 2 devices released on the market that have true multitouch are typically 10", such as the Viewsonic G-Tab. Other useful interesting bits includes the device being reported as a 'Compal NAZ10' with 375MB of actual application memory available. For those who are looking for a last-minute Christmas gift, the Nook Color might be the better looking device for the tech savvy. But right now, the $299 price tag on the A7 is still tough to beat, especially compared to the Archos 70, which is certainly a lesser device in terms of raw hardware capability. Tack on the fact that the A7 is available now and shipping everywhere in the US (Canada as well, through Tigerdirect).