Ematic takes a stab at the childrens’ tablet market

Monkey see, monkey do – that is more or less what some folks think applies to kids. After all, haven’t we seen enough children who want to follow their dads and moms as an example, with little girls wearing make-up, while little boys doing their best to hold back their tears each time they fall down and scrape their knees? Having said that, with the plethora of gadgets and gizmos that us adults carry with us these days, it goes without saying that there will be little ones out there who would be bugging their parents to also purchase a touchscreen smartphone and a tablet. This might look cute from the outside, but the family dynamics have been altered in this way. Ematic seizes the opportunity to bring balance to families by introducing their FunTab Pro tablet.
The FunTab Pro tablet is not just any ordinary, run-of-the-mill tablet. Sure, it might come with a $149.99 price tag, but that does not mean it skimps on quality. You will find that it is made out of some rugged construction and design choices, while delivering a custom interface which offers nothing but fun, educational and parent-approved content for a safe online experience. Yes sir, with the number of weirdos stalking the Internet these days, you can never be too safe, can you?
The Ematic FunTab Pro will run on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and Roy Rayn, President of Ematic, has this to say, “Ematic teamed up with Zoodles Kids Mode to create a safe and educational online learning experience for children. Zoodles is the top app for kids, and leads your child through every step of the interface with large buttons and vocal cues.” With a rubberized texture and ergonomic design, the rubber coating ensures one has a secure grip, while the original shape fits perfectly in small hands.
Other hardware specifications of the FunTab Pro include a 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes, a 7” 800×480 multi-touch screen, front and back cameras, built-in WiFi, HDMI output and a claimed 8 hours of continuous playtime.
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4 thoughts on “Ematic takes a stab at the childrens’ tablet market”

  1. did you morons actually test this Fun Tab or just slap a “Hot Toy” label on it? Seriously, go to the Facebook page and QVC and see the hundred’s of complaints! We who trust your reviews will NEVER do it again…Thanks, for helping Ematic sell a piece of crap on the back of your reviews

  2. Do NOT Buy This tablet. I purchased one for my daughter and it broke just outside of the 90 day warranty. They were glad to replace it, for $65 and they finally sent me a new one two months later, but it was more broken than the first one. Now they are trying to tell me send ANOTHER $65. DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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