When it comes to tablets, you know that this particular market is divided into two major segments – one of them would be those who side with all things Apple, and hence, they would most probably settle for nothing less than an iPad (mini or otherwise), while the other segment of the population would prefer Android-powered tablets, as that would offer them a whole lot more options and choices. After all, when was the last time you checked out the range of Android-powered tablets in the market? Simply astounding, I tell you, with just about one for every single kind of budget. Well, here we are with the Ematic Genesis Prime that should raise its fair share of eyebrows, considering the kind of hardware specifications that it packs without costing you more than a Benjamin.
Yes sir, the Ematic Genesis Prime will cost you a mere $79.99 a pop, and at that price point, just what will you get in return? Let’s see, first of all, there is the 1.1GHz processor which should be able to get all your average tablet performance needs filled up without missing a beat, where it will be accompanied by 4GB of internal memory, accosted by 5GB of included cloud storage, while its 7” multi-touch display should be decent enough for everyday use, never mind that it does not support Full HD capability. Connectivity issues include Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, and a 3.5mm audio jack just in case you want to go silent all around with a pair of good headphones to accompany the movie you’re watching.
Now only that, Since it runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, you will be able to take advantage of Google Play as well as Google Now, where integrated Google services such as Chrome, Gmail, Maps, and YouTube will be a seamless part of the entire experience. Sounds like the Ematic Genesis Prime has a good thing going for it, and I predict it could very well be the first tablet that folks might look forward to, whether as an adult or as a child.