Hot on the wheels of Coby’s cheap Android 4.0 tablet releases, Ematic has announced the release of the eGlide Prism. The Prism is a 7″ Android 4.0 powered tablet. But forget the fact that it’s running Ice Cream Sandwich, we’re mostly excited about its super cheap pricing. That is because the Ematic eGlide Prism is now available on sale for just $157.16, although it is regularly priced at $216.
Under the hood, specs are pretty good too. You get a 1GHz Processor, 8GB of onboard flash memory with 512MB of ram, HD video playback, a front-facing webcam, built-in speakers, and a MicroSD Memory Card reader, along with a built-in 3-axis gyroscope combined with an accelerometer. But what really makes the eGlide prism unique is the fact that it’s able to playback up to 2160p 3D HD Videos. A pair of 3D glasses are even bundled with the device, along with a protective sleeve and earphones.
The tablet itself is pretty svelte too and measures just 9mm thick and weighs only .6 pounds. That said, we would hardly compare this to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Tab series etc, but for the price of $157.16, the Ematic eGlide Prism is looking out to be a good value.