Android tablets are everywhere, as there are so many different models to choose from, because of the huge number of brands that make them to support the platform. We know the likes of Samsung has the biggest range, and many of which are competitively priced, although they are still too much money for some consumers to pay.
This is where the more obscure brands come in, with the Emerson EM756BK Android 7-inch tablet a fine example. This 7″HD Quad Core tablet might not come with the latest features and Android version, but it does serve a purpose, and that is to give you access to the wonderful world of Google Play, as well as the Internet.
In terms of its specs, the Emerson EM756BK tablet comes with a 7-inch HD display, a 1.3GHz Quad-Core processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, a front-caning camera only, a 3 hour battery life and runs on Android 1.5 Cupcake, which is a bit if a joke.
The specs is what’s raised the review concern from those that have bought one, hence why the score is on the low side from Amazon customers. The tablet has been given just 1.5 out of 5 stars, which is possibly one of the lowest scores we have seen given.
Having said that, you have to remember its price of $50 – although some might say that’s still a bot too expensive. If this is the case, then we ask if $30 would be more reasonable?
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