Today marks the official launch of Ematic’s newest tablet, the EGD172 7” Dual-Core tablet with Android 4.4, KitKat. The budget tablet provides users with a more refined experience and faster multitasking capabilities. The EGD172 grants consumers access to over 1 million apps and games. This includes thousands of movies, books, songs, TV Shows and magazines available on the Google Play network—placing a world of entertainment at consumers’ fingertips.
“We are very excited for the launch of the EGD172,” says Roy Rayn, President of Ematic. “The inclusion of the latest Android 4.4 KitKat provides our customers with the quality and up-to-date technology they are looking for at an affordable price.”
Additionally, the EGD172 includes a 7” 800 x 480 capacitive multi-touch screen, 1.1GHz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 8GB of internal storage and 5GB of included cloud storage for streaming music and movies anywhere. There is also a MicroSD Card slot allowing an additional 32GB of storage. The built-in Wi-Fi ensures consumers stay connected from the kitchen to the coffee shop.
Featuring an HD Video player that supports up to 1080p HD videos, front and back cameras, a leatherette texture back, the EGD172 tablet is priced under $100.
The EGD172 is available online at TigerDirect for $50.00 after rebate.
Ematic’s innovative approach to providing superior technology in portable media has continued to impress consumers since 1985. Built on a solid foundation of technological advancement, our commitment to premier quality and value has earned us the reputation of the top-selling brand at Wal-Mart, QVC, Radio Shack, Tiger Direct and other fine retailers. From eReaders to Android Tablets, Ematic offers a solid range of durable electronic accessories with an undeniably low price. Designed in California, all of our patented products are customizable in a wide array of color options to suit your personal style. In addition to an environmentally friendly office approach, Ematic also supports the community by donating ten percent of our total profits to charity.