Let’s face it–not every day do I get excited by a gadget…today is a little different. In case you didn’t hear about it earlier this month, Ematic has a new 7″ tablet out for people like me who can’t really afford to be dropping some serious cash on a big brand name device. It’s called the eGlide 4…and it’s packed with a whole lot for what shouldn’t be too much of a dent in your wallet. The new tablet runs on the very popular Android 4.0 platform, meaning you’ll be able to do some pretty quick net browsing and have access to more apps than you’ll know what to do with. As far as the technical specs go, the eGlide 4 features a 1GHz processor, 4GB of internal storage, as well as 5GB of cloud storage. It comes up a bit short in the memory department with only 512MB on […]
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By Mitchell Whitfield /
Though you may not be familiar with the company known as Ematic, it’s probably time we all paid a bit more attention to it–thanks to their new eGlide Prism. This new 7″ tablet not only features Android’s latest 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system, but also features a display capable of displaying 3D videos at up to 2160p (we did the math–that’s twice the current 1080pHD standard). At 9mm thin and a little more than half a pound, you’ll also get 8GB of built-in memory, a MicroSD expansion slot, front-facing camera, and 5GB of cloud storage–the package even includes 3D glasses,a protective sleeve, headphones, USB cable and charger. Of course the eGlide Prism’s most impressive feature may be its price–it retails for $216, but can be found ShopNBC.com for a mere $157. We’ll have a full review once we get our hands on one–but for now, you can check […]