Summary: I purchased 2, for the money , I am very satisfied. The video quality is great. I thought the speaker volume was a little bit low at first. I added an external speaker and a case with a keyboard. Everybody that sees it thinks its great.... thank you.
Summary: simple, does the job. I wish it would accept more apps. I have 3 apps I use on my iPhone, but I am unable to download the same apps on here. But, like I said, it does what I wanted it to do just the same.
Just got this cool tablet. I got it from another site coz ...
Brett Rainieri, Amazon
26 September 2014
Summary: Just got this cool tablet. I got it from another site coz there was a rebate with it but these products are awesome. They are definitely worth the money. Plus they are in California too and the hours of their operations coincide with my schedule. LOL. Anyways, a thumbs up for the ematic products. They are a great value!
Summary: While I find the touch screen to be far less responsive relative to an iPad, and sometimes there is a delay in the scrolling of a webpage, it is a nice tablet and the price point easily explains the variance in screen responsiveness. I have been quite happy.
Summary: Wanted a tablet for the kids to use on a road trip. Purchased the Ematic Genesis 2 and I love it! With a 64gig micro card, the kids have plenty of space for movies and games. Great product at a great price! Worked great right out of the box. I will likely buy another so that each child can use one!
Summary: Do not buy this product. I bought 2 for my sons at Christmas time. They worked beautifully and my kids loved them. They worked for about 5 months. After that, one port charger quit. I took it to a local repair shop that said they were made unusually and they couldn't repair the charging port and I would need to contact the manufacturer. Well, that is easier said than done. I had all my paperwork and only an e-mail to contact.
Summary: This tablet isn't worth the money. It uses a resistive screen, making it inaccurate. The processor runs at the speed of a 1992 Windows 3.1 computer. The available RAM after system processes is 50 MB to 60 MB at it's best. The average that I experienced was 32 MB. The graphics processor couldn't even handle Angry Birds or Bejeweled. The Pixel density of the screen was so low that I could count the pixels.