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Ematic 7" HD Andriod 4.2 Tab Blue EGQ307BU

by Ematic

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  • 7" HD Andriod 4.2 Tab Blue

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 11.7 x 1.1 cm ; 322 g
  • Shipping Weight: 2.7 Kg
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: EGQ307BU
  • ASIN: B00GTRW286
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Nov. 23 2013
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #273,116 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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7 HD Andriod 4.2 Tab Blue

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Amazon.com: 69 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Has only 4GB of usable space otherwise it's pretty good! July 4 2014
By AeroEngineer - Published on Amazon.com
I was wrong this is a great tablet! I kept it for the maximum amount of time before I needed to ship it back to Walmart for a refund and discovered that once I had broken it in it was a really good value and worked great for my needs!

I looked into both a used Nexus 7 and a Samsung Galaxy 7" Tab and both of them have things I dislike. Nexus does NOT have a MicroSD slot so you're stuck with the memory that's there and the Galaxy has a custom charger/usb cable so if you lose it or break it you have to buy another one. This tablet has the MicroSD slot AND uses a standard MicroUSB slot to charge!

As for the battery life it REALLY helps to get JuiceDefender App or some other power manager app and of course you need to keep it light with the number of apps you have as many run in the background and are tricky to stop completely. The battery life improved with more use as well to I'd say about average for a low cost tablet say 5-6 hours in USE, it stays at or near its charge if you have the screen off.

You CAN'T beat this price if you get it at wally world for fifty five bucks NEW with free shipping!
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DON'T BUY IT HERE it's way overpriced compared to Wally World's price!
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Not recommended June 19 2014
By zeke - Published on Amazon.com
I can't recommend this tablet. The features are about what I would expect for a tablet at the price, so I have no problem in that regard. The display isn't especially sharp or bright, but my kids tell me it is fast. Overall, I think the features are commensurate with the price.

However, there seem to be problems with inconsistent quality and performance. For example, the charging cable supplied with the tablet doesn't fit the connector on the tablet very well at all, and is essentially useless. Our family has two of these tablets, and this is true for both. Charging cables that came with other chargers fit ok. I ended up tossing the cables that came with these tablets.

One of our tablets developed a visible flaw in the display after about a month, and stopped responding to touch inputs. To their credit, Ematic honored the warranty, but the process was pretty painful. I tried the web form which promised a response in 1 business day, and gave up waiting after a week. I had to hunt for the customer service ph#, which was buried on the web site. I called several times before I even got someone to answer (no robo attendant, just endless ringing). After they gave me an RMA, it took about a month to get a replacement.

There is also inconsistent wifi performance between the two tablets we own. The replacement tablet we received for the defective unit has good wifi performance all over our house, and picks up several neighbors' networks, similarly to our various other wifi devices. The other one barely connects to our home network, reports a weak signal, frequently disconnects, and does not see any nearby networks. It is barely usable for wifi access.

Overall, I would say buying one of these is a gamble. If you get a good one, and have a spare charging cable, it performs well for the price. If not, it's really not worth buying.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Android tablet Dec 31 2013
By cmolle97 - Published on Amazon.com
I was looking for a tablet but I have no experience with Android at all. I don't like Apple (too expensive) and I like Windows (but too expensive as well).

Comparing the specs of this unit (EGQ307) with other Android tablets, this unit is, by far, the best device you can buy. The price is very good and the quad processors can handle any app you can install. I use this as my new GPS (I connect it to a wireless hotspot that I already have) and it works great!

The touch screen is fast to respond and installing apps is very easy.

With zero tablet experience, I was up and running on this tablet in less than 10 minutes. The design is great and intuitive.

If you are looking for a tablet, look no further. I highly recommend Ematic.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Getting what you pay for Oct. 2 2014
By snocyclist - Published on Amazon.com
So far this tablet has, I think, done a little better than the price I paid ($40) has merited. I bought this to see if a tablet this cheap could be worth anything, mostly out of curiosity...good chance I'll return it after a week or two.

The screen is dull, and a modest resolution. The speakers sound awful, don't get loud, and based on some distortion I hear will probably give without too much stress. The first time I used it (a few minutes of games, several minutes exploring the device, and one episode of House on Netflix), the battery percentage went to 67%....but it was dead when I woke up the next morning. For some inexplicable reason there's a dedicated hard button for the 'back' function. The camera may as well not exist for the 8-bit-esque quality of pictures it takes. There's no bluetooth, no GPS, no rear camera.

In other words, it's a very economy-level device. There's nearly nothing high-end about it, nothing luxurious. However, when it comes down to it, it is functioning, and fairly well. The touch screen is plenty responsive, the performance is definitely acceptable as far as speed is concerned (I was definitely surprised at how well Google's voice search worked). Also, while this hasn't happened to me (yet), it looks like the failure rate is pretty high (based on other reviews and whatnot). Your charger may stop working, the battery may never be up to par, the screen can go out, etc. There's a decently high risk of that with this device.

So I give 4 stars. I think I roughly got $40 worth of tablet...which is not a lot of tablet. Some parts will please you, others are extremely low-end, there's a high chance it won't last too long.

Quick update: The battery dying overnight hasn't been the norm so far; it has only happened the first time mentioned above. I haven't done any timing or anything, but since then the battery has lasted roughly how long I'd expect (not great, but not needing to be constantly plugged in).

It's probably worth mentioning that it has been taking over a second or two to wake the device (after prolonged non-use). It was much quicker before. A second may not seem long, but if you experience it I think you'd start to agree it's an annoyance.

Another update: I've decided to keep this little sucker. I don't use it heavily, I don't count on it for anything.

Upon closer inspection, I think under moderately heavy use a 3-hour battery life is roughly what you can expect, but it gets fairly better for non-Internet use. Idle battery consumption is fairly bad, but acceptable.

I use it for simple games, some internet browsing, and some basic experiments with learning Android. Serves me fine. Probably the biggest frustration is very frequent occurrences of the infamous "insufficient memory" Android bug. Apparently only 1GB is considered truly "internal" memory; the rest is considered a simulated SD card. Very annoying.

I think if you're extra kind to this thing, it will function just fine as a (very) basic tablet. I think the strongest demographic for this tablet are those who need personal Internet access on the (very) cheap. I imagine kids would be able to beat it up enough to cause problems, and if you truly need a reliable/quality device and can afford it, you'd be happier with something else. My overall opinion of tablets is that they are merely a toy; that's what this is for me.

Another update: I've owned the ematic for around a month and a half now, and it still has yet to show any true red flags of problems. It hasn't needed an unreasonable amount of care, though I do study electronics and generally know how to be kind to one. The performance has slowed a noticeable amount already, but it's still decently fast. I think battery life has stayed roughly steady, but am not sure...I go on and off with using a screen dimming app, and since the screen is typically >50% of my reported battery consumption, it's hard to gauge a typical battery life.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Like a new push mower Oct. 16 2014
By Works4TheGood - Published on Amazon.com
The Ematic EGQ307 is good for the price. It scored 14000 on the AnTuTu Benchmark application. Like a new push mower; it's really good at the basics - web browsing, email, simple games, digital books, etc. But compared to the high-end tablets, it's a bit slower, a bit less reactive, the picture's not as sharp, the viewing angle is bad, the camera is crummy; ... that sort of stuff. Here are some other the big negatives that you should be aware of before buying ...

1. I can only tolerate looking at the screen when it's held horizontally. When the tablet is held vertically, the screen's viewing angle is so narrow that each eye sees each side of the screen with slightly different tints. The effect is similar to wearing 3D glasses. When held horizontally, there's no problem at all.

2. The engineers divided the 8 gigs into two separate storage areas. So what? Well, when you put a bunch of apps on (15 or so?), the one gets filled while the other remains empty. So you need to manually move them around to optimize space.

3. Good luck finding an acceptable case!

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