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Ematic eGlide Steal Tablet Announced

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Ematic announced the eGlide Steal, a budget 7-inch capacitive Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) powered tablet offering a faster and smoother web browsing experience, and a more intuitive interface. The Android-based system also offers access to thousands of useful and entertaining apps to keep the user up-to-date on the important information of the day, their social networks, and more. More than 2.5 million eBooks are available through the eGlide Steal's Kobo eReading application.

Slim and lightweight, the eGlide Steal is the ideal tablet to slide into a travel bag or briefcase. It comes with a 1GHz processor with a dedicated GPU, and 1GB RAM for an improved web experience and more efficient multi-tasking. The eGlide Steal is the perfect place to store all important documents, images, and more. It has 4GB of internal storage, 5GB of additional cloud storage, and a MicroSD slot.

Ematic eGlide Steal Tablet

Features

  • Built-in 3-axis gyroscope coupled with an accelerometer for advanced motion sensing
  • Built-in Wi-Fi for Internet connectivity anywhere there is a hotspot
  • HD video player which supports up to 1080p HD videos
  • Use the HDMI connection to watch videos on a HDTV
  • Front facing camera
  • Built-in voice record to take notes, lectures or reminders
  • Preloaded with “EDAN”- Ematic's Digital Assistant & Navigator with voice-to-text technology to search for movie times, nearby restaurants, and more

Price and Availability
The eGlide Steal is available at walmart.com, jr.com, and D&H Distributing for only $119.95. See more tablets.

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