Ematic FunTab adds more zest to tablet range
The world of tablets is largely broken down into two categories where dominant operating systems are concerned – iOS and Android, although Microsoft did try to disrupt the dance between the two with their Microsoft Surface Pro machine that runs on Windows 8. Well, you know that with Apple’s iPad family, there are not too many models to choose from, but when you take into consideration just what Android has on offer, making a decision is highly challenging. Like, nearly impossible to make a good decision if you do not have the time to go through lengthy reviews and to do the right amount of research. Well, Ematic, one of the manufacturers who have churned out tablets for the budget minded for some time already without sacrificing on performance, has come up with their FunTab.
Just what does the Ematic FunTab deliver right out of the box? For starters, it will come preloaded with Zoodles, which is an advanced, parent monitoring platform that will help safeguard children’s online activities. Zoodles basically enables parents to pick and choose between their child’s browsing and downloading options. Heck, they can even login to Zoodles.com in order to check out all of their child’s content from an online database, now how about that? It does not matter if we are talking about drawings or video messages, or even educational, progress reports will be broken down by subjects learned, as Zoodles intends to bring both parents and children closer together.
As for the kind of hardware that you will find packed in the Ematic FunTab, we are looking at Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running right out of the box with Kids Mode turned on, a 7” 800×480 capacitive multi-touch display, a 1.2GHz processor with an accompanying 400MHz GPU, 512MB RAM, a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, two cameras – one in front and another at the back, and the Ematic Kids App Mall among others. Would you fork out $99 for this puppy?