Scouring the web for an iPad Mini or Google Nexus 7 alternative with a little less sting on your budgets? As usual, Ematic has you covered.
After unveiling the modest but crazy cheap $80 Genesis Prime and then upping the ante on both specs and pricing with the $130 EGP008 Pro, the California-based tablet maker has lowered the bar on dough once again while keeping the performance standard decently high.
And by “decent” I mean cringe worthy, don’t get me wrong, albeit you can’t really ask much more for so less, i.e. $83.87. That’s what Amazon is currently charging for the Ematic EM63, though the actual list price is a tad north (and pretty random, if I may say so), at $113.97.
Now, if you’re the least bit familiar with the list of features of slates such as the Nexus 7, the best thing to do is completely forget about all that. Just try to erase your memory “Total Recall”-style.
If you can pull it off, you’ll probably make do with EM63’s pre-loaded Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, modest 7-inch 1,024 x 600 pixels resolution, mediocre dual-core 1.5 GHz CPU and downright minuscule 2,700 mAh battery.
Besides, you do get a surprisingly generous 1 gig of RAM, plus all the works in the connectivity department, from microSD to Wi-Fi to USB and even a mini-HDMI port. Don’t know how Ematic does it, but they manage to surprise me every single time with their incredible value for money. Am I right or am I right?
<Source: Android Community>