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.

6 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


    • 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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