Ematic EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet Review

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Marshal Rosenthal is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and journalist specializing in technology, consumer electronics and pop culture.

4 Comments to Ematic EGD172 7” Dual-Core Multi-Touch Tablet Review

  1. Jesus Burgos

    Good Day.
    We Need to Know if we Can Recharge Our Ematic 7″ EGD172 Tablet from our Car
    do you Have A Car Charger Adapter for Our Tablet?

    Thank You.

    • Christen Costa

      Jesus, you sure can. You’ll just need the correct cord (microUSB) and a USB adapter for your car’s cigarette lighter. Cool?

  2. Just read your review of the Ematic EGD172 and noticed you said your connect it with your mac by downloading a specific application first.

    I write to you in desperation as I am a mac user (Mavericks) and downloaded the factory recommended Android File Transfer and the bloody thing will not connect to the Ematic tablet (the one you reviewed)

    Any assistance deeply appreciated

    Dan

    • Marshal Rosenthal

      I share your pain in having to do anything related to Android when “living” in a Mac environment. The obvious solutions may not be possible – first having access to a PC or secondly running Windows in a virtual environment on the Mac. I say this since the file will work in a PC/Windows environment. I’m going back to the folks there at Ematic to find out what I can (horse’s mouth and all) so stay tuned.

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