|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 480|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|Processor||1.1 GHz ARMv7|
|RAM||0.5 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||4 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||4.5 hours|
Ematic EGS004-GR 7.0-Inch 4GB Genesis Prime MultiTouch Tablet (Gray)
|Price:||$79.99 & FREE Shipping|
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 7 inches Display
- 1.1 GHz ARMv7
- 4 GB Flash Memory, 0.5 GB RAM Memory
- 4.5-hour battery life, .6 pounds
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From the Manufacturer
Light. Slim. Powerful.
The Ematic Genesis Prime tablet includes Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, providing a more intuitive user experience with Google Now and improved web browsing. The sharp 7 inch display lets you easily write an email, read the latest news, or watch videos and movies. At only 10mm thick, this tablet is ideal for people on the go! With Google Play you can access over 1 million apps and games as well as access to thousands of movies, books, millions of songs, TV Shows and magazines. Games, TV Shows, Movies, Books - Entertainment at your fingertips!
Your Entertainment Hub
Google Play is a new digital content experience from Google where you can find and enjoy your favorite music, movies, TV shows, books, magazines, and Android apps and games. It’s your entertainment hub: you can access it from the web or from your Android device, and all your content is instantly available across your devices.
Tap the mic or say 'Ok Google' and find everything from nearby museums to the calories in cheesecake. Google also show you helpful information before you even ask, like updates on your favorite teams and traffic alerts.
5GB of Free Cloud Storage
Access all your files, photos, music and movies wherever you are. Automatically import your device's gallery to your cloud so you can share the photos and videos on your device seconds after you capture them- friends and family can view and watch your photos and videos instantly.
Top Customer Reviews
I've been using the Ematic for a day or so. It works; it does many things well or at least OK, but it's slow, very slow.
Pluses:It's got mostly intuitive controls. It runs android apps. I like the integration with google applications and syncing with same on my other devices. It runs a Sonos app which is a big plus for us since we have it at our home. (I tried a Samsung Chromebook; it won't run sonos as of early May 2013.) Another plus is the Kindle app you download. It lets me read the same books I have on a separate kindle, on ematic. It works really well.
Cons: Slow, frustratingly slow, esp using the chrome browser. The touch screen really lags in chrome; can be several seconds or more; especially frustrating when typing. I wind up pressing several times and waiting. There's no sensitivity controls for the touch screen that I can find. I looked for them after learning the screen does not always respond to my taps. In some instances I find myself pushing on the screen rather than tapping since it appears not to respond. When typing, it frequently enters a foreign alphabet character, like an accented e or o. I tried to see if Firefox would run faster than chrome. I downloaded FF and got a format "not supported" message. Not a surprise, but want to note that it runs android not other formats. Screen contrast and sharpness are marginal.
As others have mentioned, its not bad for having around the house as a tool to run a timer, do a quick check on mail or the net, read a book, etc.Read more ›
This Tablet's Top Attraction? Its $80 Price.
By ROY FURCHGOTT
If you're not sure that you need a tablet, $200 is a lot to spend just to find out. But Ematic has reduced the risk with the Genesis Prime, a 7-inch Android tablet computer that lists for $80.
You get quite a lot at that price -- with an emphasis on "at that price."
Keeping costs down means stripping out all of the frills. The tablet does come loaded with a recent version of the Android operating system, Jellybean 4.1 (only Jellybean 4.2 is newer). That means access to all of the Google services, like Gmail, Google Play, Google Now, Chrome, Maps and YouTube, as well as the most recent versions of third-party apps.
The tablet's hardware is good but entry level by current standards. For instance, the 1.1 GHz processor in the Genesis would have been top of the line a couple of years ago, but in watching streaming videos over Wi-Fi, it lagged a little.
The tablet is also Wi-Fi only, so if there is no hot spot, there is no Web access. The device has limited memory, with only four gigabytes on board. But there is a slot that can take a 32 GB micro SD memory card (that will add at least $20 to the price). Ematic also includes five GB of cloud storage with the tablet.
The tablet has only one physical button, the on/off switch. The rest of the controls are on the screen. That has to save a few dollars, right?
The screen itself is reasonably sharp, but very small type, like that on the apps page, breaks up a bit. And the screen has a subtle blue tint, which you probably won't notice watching movies but which is apparent on print pages with white backgrounds.Read more ›
the build on the tablet is good, but it is very slow and buggy.
facebook would close itself. most apps would run very slowly.
I recommend you save some money and buy a kindle HD or a Nexus 7
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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