Ematic EGQ307 7-Inch Quad-Core Tablet Gets Launched, Priced Under $100

Ematic has just launched its latest 7-inch Android tablet that sports a quad-core processor and only costs $99.99. The company claims that this is one of their products that come with impressive specifications at an affordable price. Consumers looking for a budget tablet this holiday season may want to check this device out.

Ematic EGQ307 Technical Specifications

  • Screen: 7″ capacitive multi-touch screen, 1024 x 600 (169ppi) resolution
  • CPU: 1.5GHz Quad Core Processor
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Storage: 8GB of internal storage expandable up to 32GB via MicroSD card, 5GB of cloud storage available
  • OS: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
  • Ports: USB 2.0 Port, 3.5mm Audio Jack, MicroSD, Mini HDMI
  • Camera: 3MP front
  • Network: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n

One of the best features of the Ematic EGQ307 is its use of a quad-core processor which should help provide a smooth user experience. Other than this, its other specifications are what you can expect from a low to mid-range Android tablet.

The device comes with Google Play access which is nice since it opens up tons possibilities for apps to be installed. Most of the cheap no name Chinese Android tablets usually don’t come with Google Play access so this device definitely has the upper hand.

Those looking for a cheap tablet to give away this holiday season or even to use might want to consider getting this device. While it can’t compete with the Nexus tablets it is still a solid device that can be used daily.

Some of the features of this model include

  • HD Video player supports up to 1080p HD videos
  • HDMI mirroring allows you to connect to you TV, and play games, surf the net, and watch HD movies
  • Front Camera
  • Built-in G-sensor
  • Preloaded with Google Mobile Services including Google Play, Maps, Hangouts, Google Now, and more

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