The last time we wrote about Ematic, the company was selling its eGlide Prism tablet for just under $160 on ShopNBC. Today Ematic is back with another Android 4.0 tablet, but it's even cheaper than its previous offering. The eGlide Steal will be sold for $119.95 from online retailers such as Walmart.
So we have to come to the time where we need to announce our third and final winner in our three week giveaway session where we celebrated Tegra Zone's 1-year birthday by giving away Asus Transformer PAD TF300 Tegra 3 gaming packages to a few lucky readers.
Asus makes some of the best Android tablets around. In addition to their quality, the Transformer tablets also carry pretty decent price tags. If you're thinking about purchasing the Transformer Prime or even the Transformer Pad 300, you may want to wait until Computex 2012 is over. It's there that Asus will debut a new addition or additions to the Transformer family.
Back during the GTC 2012 conference where nVidia dropped the news about their upcoming cloud gaming platform GeForce Grid, there was plenty of other gaming news of the cloud variety during the nVidia keynote as well including a preview of the PC-based multiplayer FPS game Hawken running on an Asus Transformer Prime thanks to cloud gaming service Gaikai.