Ematic EM63 tablet joins the family

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Another day, another tablet is introduced to the world, and this time around we have a rather weird sounding Ematic EM63 that has taken part in the Android-powered tablet fray. This particular tablet will clearly target the budget oriented crowd who want to achieve a balance between price and performance, where the Ematic EM63 comes across as a 7” device that runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, running on a dual-core processor to somewhat make its way past the entry level mark. Of course, the whole world is already looking forward to the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system version, and it remains to be seen whether Ematic themselves have such an ambition to make sure the tablet will be KitKat ready in due time, so you might want to take that into consideration before picking up the Ematic EM63 tablet.

One good thing about the Ematic EM63 tablet would be its ability to hook up to Google Play so that it can access over one million popular apps, ensuring that you remain connected to your business, personal and mobile life, regardless of the time and place.

As for the rest of its hardware specifications, the Ematic EM63 will chug along to the tune of a dual-core 1.5GHz processor with a multi-core GPU, where it will also be accompanied by 1GB RAM, 4GB of internal memory, as well as 5GB of included cloud storage. Just in case all of that are not enough for you, it is nice to see that a microSD memory card slot has been thrown into the mix to deliver up to an additional 32GB of storage. The 7” display comes with a 1,024 x 600 resolution which is functional at best, at 169 ppi pixel density, sporting HDMI mirroring to boot so that you are able to hook up the Ematic EM63 to a large screen TV.

The asking price? A highly affordable $89.99 a pop, and the Ematic EM63 should appeal to many folks as it arrives in shades of black, red, pink, purple, and blue.

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