When you hear the words “kids’ tablet,” you probably set your standards pretty low. Maybe you’re thinking limited functionality, access only to pre-loaded programs, and limited Internet accessibility. The Nabi Kids Tablet looks to turn that notion on its head, releasing a fleshed out tablet marketed towards kids, and with a kid-friendly asking price.
eMatic Releases Series of Family Friendly, Inexpensive Tablets
eMatic’s eGlide line is a series of budget tablets perfect for kids. The eGlide FunTab features a secure, rubber outer layer for good grip, and comes in blue, red, green, or pink. It’s worth noting that these aren’t stripped down machines with limited functionality – the eGlide line is made up of legitimate, Android-powered devices that should more than suffice for the kids in the family – and maybe even the adults.
Fable is the World’s First 7″ Tablet for Kids
The tablets for mom and dad don’t stop coming out, so it really was only a matter of time before tablets for kids starting popping up. The first is Fable by Isabella Products. It’s a 7″ high-res touchscreen tablet that utilizes Isabella’s patent-pending carousel navigation interface. It will come preloaded with “with world-famous children’s content from strategic partner and global education leader Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH).” The device will also be powered by a mobile broadband connection so that kids can use the device while traveling. Not many more details are known about Fable – except it looks like it’ll be available in gray, blue or pink.