It seems the hands of Cupertino won’t reach stretch as far this time around. While their description of a non infringement device is pretty far fetch, it’s nice to see something that’s not just a slab of metal and plastic in form of a square. A little known company called Ematic has just revealed their new tablet called eGlide Prism. The aptly named 7 inch device has a unique prism like design on the rear which is unlike anything to hit the market. However that’s not the only thing that makes device entirely unique. Check back after the break to see what this new comer has to offer.
If this years crop of tablet doesn’t signal some sort of tablet renaissance, then I can’t wait in anticipation for 2013 (if the world doesn’t end of cours). Unknown company, Ematic, has unvelied the eGlide Prism as one of the first to be capable of supporting an incredible 2160p. I repeat, 2160p. While only a few handful of tablet can actually handle 1080p it’s a marvel how a relatively unheard of company can debut a tablet surpassing the industry standard. Only drawback? It’s 3D. The company however will ship the device with a 3D glasses so you can watch movies in eye searing detail.
Other treats includes Android 4.0 code named Ice Cream Sandwich, and 8GB of internal memory with an accompanying 5GB of could storage. The memory is also expandable through a microSD slot. As if 7 inch isn’t portable enough, its 0.6 pounds and 9mm frame should easily slide in you bag or purse without the extra heft.
Other specs include:
- 7″ Capacitve LCD Touchscreen Display (800×480)
- HD Video Player Supports Up to 2160p 3D HD Videos
- 1GHz Processor
- 8GB Flash Memory w/ 512MB System Memory & 5GB Cloud Storage
- Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n) Capability
- Front Facing Webcam
The tablet is out now for $157.16 from the usual $216.00 retail price.
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