|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)
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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
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
I've watched a bit of video on it on YouTube & Netflix. It looks good to me. Typing on the tiny keyboard is awkward @ best, but I imagine the iPad mini's keyboard would be as much of a challenge. Instruction manual is VERY brief, & I wish there was more to it. In order to use Netflix, you need to download an application, but can't do so fr. N-flix site, must get the app fr. Google store (free). I've read e-mails, but can't figure out how to search my e-mails for a particular 1 (I can do this on my desktop), nor have I figured out how to send e-mails (this too, I can do on my desktop - I'm not a total moron). On YouTube I have twice found the search function for the site, but it isn't intuitive & I'm still not sure how to find it again. Also, the 2nd (last) time I found the search function, & entered my search item, nothing happened, so WTF? &, of course, I don't know if these problems would be any different on any other tablet, @ least 1 w/a screen this small (7 inch, I think). Sound from the speaker is very tinny, but seems quite good w/ear buds.
The very first thing you're supposed to do when you turn it on, is connect it to your desktop in order to load device drivers. I did, but no device drivers loaded. A week later, I found out how to bring it back to factory settings, so I could try again. Same thing - no device drivers. My desktop doesn't recognize my tablet so I can't move files - I suppose this could be because I use Windows XP - but there's no way to know.Read more ›
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Anyway, the memory filled up quickly, even after moving many apps to the sd card (internal). I thought I was putting the apps on the external sd mini card but I don't know how to get them over there and the instructions that came with this product are bare bones. Not big on customer support, I guess. I can listen to sounds easier while falling asleep,I can take this in the kitchen with me for cooking and watching ON Demand videos and cooking vids so it is handy for the $$. I have not had it long but it is useful.
I'm still learning my way around the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, but it is intuitive enough that I can usually do what I want to do on the first try, and Google Play has more than enough apps, especially "free apps", to satisfy my needs. The only down side so far is insufficient memory to install all the apps that I would like to have. I'm able to overcome this limitation by using a 4GB MicroSD card that I already had and I expect to replace this card with a bigger one.
I would recommend the Ematic EGS004 to anyone who wants a reasonably priced tablet for email and apps that are useful and as well as entertaining.
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