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Ematic eGlide XL Pro II Review
The 10-inch Ematic Eglic XL Pro II tablet delivers stock Android 4.0 in a slim package for just $174, but it’s sunk by sluggish performance, a low-res screen and a lack of apps.
(2 out of 5)
Everyone likes a bargain. However, there’s a fine line between a winner and a lemon. The $174 Ematic eGlide XL Pro II comes wrapped in Android Ice Cream Sandwich and features a number of ports that many tablets lack, including mini-HDMI. Plus, you get a 10-inch screen for $25 less than the smaller Kindle Fire. However, this slate fails to impress in every other way.
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- Lightweight, slim design
- Large number of ports
- Doesn’t access Google Play store
- Dim, low-resolution display
- Sluggish, buggy performance
- Short battery life