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About this product
- Product InformationBe socially active even when you’re on the go, with the Ematic eGlide portable ebook tablet. With Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, this Ematic tablet lets you browse the Internet, check your email, watch Youtube, connect to social media sites, and more. This tablet runs the Android 2.1 OS, giving you access to an array of applications. This portable ebook tablet features a 7-inch TFT touchscreen LCD (800x400 resolution) that gives you a clear and sharp display. Capture your cherished memories with the Ematic eGlide’s built-in camera. Compatible with MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, WAV, MP4, PDF, and more formats, this Ematic tablet makes for a versatile product. Besides adequate internal memory storage, this tablet also has an SD/MMC card slot in case you wish to upgrade its capabilities.
- ModelReader 2
- CarrierNot Applicable
- Family LineeGlide
- Display Size7in (17.78 cm)
- Storage Capacity4GB
- Operating SystemAndroid
- Internet ConnectivityWi-Fi
- Supported File TypesHTM,LRC,PDF,TXT,ePub
- Exterior ColorBlack
- Processor ManufacturerIntel
- Processor TypeDual Core
- Processor Speed1GHz
Display and Screen
- Display TechTFT Active Matrix LCD
- Display Max. Resolution800 x 480
- Display Color Support16M colors
- Touch Screen TechnologyMulti-Touch
- RAM TechnologyDDR2 SDRAM
- Installed RAM4GB
Connections and Expandability
- Networking TypeIntegrated Wireless LAN
- ExpandabilityMiniSD Card Slot,SD Card Slot,microSD,microSD Slot
- Expansion PortsHDMI,USB 2.0
- Audio InputIntegrated Microphone,Microphone,Voice Recording (Mono)
- Audio OutputHeadphones
- Height7.5in (19.05 cm)
- Width4.6in (11.68 cm)
- Depth0.25in (0.63 cm)
- Weight1.5lb (0.374 kg)
- Battery TechnologyLithium ion
Additional Technical Informations
- Input MethodCamera,Keyboard,Touch-Screen,Trackball
- Release Date7/27/2011
Most relevant reviews
- profferferJul 09, 2012by
It's a very cheap device, nice, light weight; people complain about the charge time, it takes about 2 hours to charge fully and the charge lasts about 4 hrs reading. You can use the wi-fi internet, download games etc. It's thin and easy to carry around. Some people say the touch screen has to be pressed hard with the pass of time.
- papers234Sep 09, 2012by
no pretence - what you pay for is what you get.
In a few no-jargon words: its a humble ipad. No huge pretences, it does what it has to do well and if you're no tech guru, you'll be happy with it - and happier that you paid much less for it. The battery is perhaps the greatest showstopper. Charging time is quite long too. The absence of a camera at the back side is a bit annoying but the one at the front is def good for skype. Forget it if you want software to load at the speed of light or if you want cutting edge tech. If you're a little bit patient and consider yourself 'average', then you could possible live with it well.
- victor2463Aug 01, 2012by
not as good as it could have been..ok it was terrible.
i purchased this because i wanted something bigger than my lg android phone. the operating system 2.2 android was terrible. the battery life and charge time was not good.. it did connect to my router easly. but playing internet radio it just kept buffering.. my dtr used for an hour or so .. downloaded a couple of games .. market worked well.. after the hour she told me it was useless for the simple games she downloaded. im sure it would be fine for simple e mail. i had problems with simple apps. final word is im returning it.. seller was great about the return.. and give them 5 stars.. but this isnt about them.. i will keep looking for a tablet that might be better.. something with a different os.. might be better.. and a capasitive screen..
- abc123unicornFeb 25, 2012by
Not bad, could be better
This tablet has some good functions, although it has no access to the google android market. You can get a few different app programs such as appoke, slideme and android pit, but no android market. If you are in the united states you can get amazon market, but it is not available in Canada so I am unable to get some of the programs I wanted. It has Kobo for e-reading and that works wonderful and also has access to some free books through Kobo. Overall it is a good tablet, but the next one I purchase I will make sure before the purchase that it has access to the google android market.
- 1032756921@dele...Sep 03, 2012by
A good fit for an inexperienced first timer!
Actually, I bought two since the price was so good on EBay. It was an impulse buy and mostly to invest a small amount to see if I would use a tablet. I use it some, but mostly I depend on my smartphone or laptop. I don't have much to compare it to. I can surf the net as long as I have a wireless connection. It also functions as a e-reader, but haven't tried that yet. One warning if you do buy one on these, the stylus is built into the case on a corner and you must pull it out to gain access. Impatience broke one off. As noted is promotional material, battery only lasts a couple hours of use. No 12v charger included. I notice it takes a long time for those must be elderly Angry Birds to get back in line. The touch screen takes some getting used to from my phone. With little to compare it to, I think it may be a bit of a disappointment for anyone younger than a baby boomer, yet possibly a good first exposure for a pre-teen or younger.Read full review