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ePad Femme Tablet

Love It or Leave It: The "First Tablet For Women"

The ePad Femme is not your average, ordinary tablet. It may sound like another feminine hygiene product, but, according to the ePad Femme's maker, it's actually "the first tablet for women"!

Aww, isn't that sweet? We'll let you be the judge.

The Middle East-based Eurostar Group has made the ePad Femme exclusively for women. Since the iPad and Kindle are just too manly, the eight-inch tablet comes with a pink background (every girl's "favorite" color) and apps that are already preloaded (because we can't make our own decisions). Don't worry, the apps for yoga, grocery lists, and recipes are everything "a woman who might find difficulties in terms of downloading" would need.

The ePad Femme will retail for about $190. But ladies, let's get real . . . what do you think of the female-focused tablet?

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Reshii Reshii 2 years
Actually, I think this is more for the kind of woman who would use an iPad as a chopping board. If it's targeted for them, welcome! But I was really annoyed when the iPad and Kindle were labelled "manly", as they are really customisable and you can get them a pink background and shopping apps if that's what you want!
lekatvt lekatvt 2 years
What? It's not in a pink bejeweled case? Then I'm not buying it.
itsallabouttheg itsallabouttheg 2 years
It's incredibly insulting, but I could see the potential marketability of devices preloaded with apps as a jump-start. Instead of playing to gender stereotypes, the selection would be based on interests (e.g. food, sports, design).
JosephaHaden JosephaHaden 2 years
It's not the pink that does it so much as the inference that women were previously unable to use a tablet. And the assumption that I am dying for all things weight and food related.
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