Ematic Steps in to Move Ahead with the Flow of Low-Priced Windows Tablets

December 2, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

Rewind a few months and it would have been hard to imagine Windows tablets with a not-so-hefty price tag.

Times have changed. Sub-100 dollar tablets are common now, thanks to manufacturers like HP, Toshiba, E-FUN, and the like.

Now the efforts are being carried forward in high spirits and cheap tablet manufacturers are turning towards Windows in large numbers.

Ematic is the latest to enter the fray. The name is familiar with low-cost Android tablets and now it’s time we get familiarized with their Windows tablets in the same range.


EWT716, EWT816 and EWT106 are the three Windows tablets gearing up on Amazon, of which EWT716 has already been listed at FCC.

The 7-inch tablet features IPS display of 1024×600 pixel resolution and is loaded with a RAM of 1 GB. Priced at $100, the tablet also offers micro SD support alongside its onboard storage of 16 GB.

EWT816 is an 8-inch tablet that has sharper display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It also finds space for stereo speakers on the front.

Camera in the 8-inch tablet is similar to that of the 7-inch model with a 2 MP rear cam and 0.3 MP front cam. It’s been priced at $130 at the Amazon website.

The largest of all, EWT106, is a 10-inch tablet that stands out from its counterparts with a 5 MP rear cam and 2 MP front cam.

It also offers keyboard folio case that turns the 10-inch tablet into a mini-laptop.  The rest of the features remain the same.


Ematic tablets will feature the Intel Atom processor with quad-core processing powers. The Amazon website may be checked out for previews of these tablets.

It’s unclear when the tablets would be made available. Pre-orders were open at the time it was first spotted, though the option is now replaced for getting notifications when signed up.

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