Tech Review: ‘Christian Tablet’ no good unless rooted
As somebody who collects just about every new gadget that hits the market, I usually end up with the gadgets themselves within a few days or sometimes even prior to their release dates on my desk.
Lets get started. A new company Family Christian, has launched what they are calling the ‘Eifi’ tablet which is apparently suppose to ‘bring you closer to god’ as it is literally one of the lamest gadgets I have had the experience of using.
Honestly, I don’t see how or why someone would waste so much production money into something that is suppose to be ‘free’ and have ‘free limits’ on it that lead to unprecedented access to the internet? Isn’t that what the internet is for?
This tablet itself, is of no literal use unless your smart enough to root it [please lord help us, if you buy this tablet feel free to contact us and we will help you root it].
Rooting the system itself will give a user the ability to remove the bloody annoying software blocks, Christian radio, and other crap-like pre-installed applications they’ve put on the device.
For $199 it isn’t a bad buy, but learn to root people.
- Holy iPad! A Christian Tablet (foxnews.com)
- New Christian e-reader lets faithful enjoy tablet computing without the forbidden Apple or the everlasting Kindle Fire (dailymail.co.uk)
- Official Christian Tablet Should Really Be Called Crap Android Tablet (gizmodo.co.uk)
- The Official Tablet Computer of Christianity (slog.thestranger.com)
- Top 4 Ways to Protect Your Gadgets: Phone Deactivation Service Joins Essential Anti-Theft Measures (smartsign.com)