Basic tablet receives Google certification, runs Jelly Bean
Low-cost electronics manufacturer Ematic has released its first Google-certified tablet. The Ematic Genesis Prime is a budget-ranged 7-inch tablet that runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and, despite its specifications list and cheap price, it could be viewed as a viable tablet for users just wanting the basics from a mobile device.
Ematic eGlide XL Pro 2 with Android 4.0 now shipping, priced at $220
Budget electronics maker Ematic has just detailed specs of a new 10-inch Android-powered tablet, the eGlide XL Pro 2. It shares many of the hardware specs with the smaller 7-inch eGlide Prism introduced in mid-April. It runs on Android 4.0 as well and sports a 1GHz CPU and 400MHz GPU, along with 1GB of RAM.
Ematic eGlide Prism tries 3D in budget frame
Ematic hoped to stand out among budget tablet designers on Thursday with a unique, semi-3D entry into the mix. The seven-inch eGlide Prism is one of the still rare entries in the class that runs Android 4.0 and comes with both a special 3D-capable video player app and red-blue 3D glasses. The company has been caught exaggerating somewhat, though, as it claims to have support for 2160p 3D videos despite a single-core 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM that would only do 720p 2D on any other Android tablet.
eSport Clip has 1.8-inch screen, 5MP camera, more
Ematic has just shipped its latest portable media player, the eSport Clip. It has a capacity of 4GB and attaches onto user's belts or clothes thanks to an integrated clip. The screen is just 1.8 inches in size, and the player has a five-megapixel digital camera built-in as well that can take either photos or videos.