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Kids have their own tablets!

If you don’t want to lend your brand new iPad or your Samsung Galaxy to your child, then why not offer him or her a tablet especially designed and thought for children. There are a lot of children’s versions of Android or not Android tablets becoming available on the market.

Not only is it sturdier than mainstream tablets, it is also way cheaper,, and really adapted to kids over 36 months. Hereafter are some of them:


LeapPad 2 from LeapFrog, aimed for 3-7 year old.

It has a roomy 5-inch screen, and includes not one but two still and high resolution video cameras. It features a fastprocessor, good memory capability, and battery life. Internal storage is  4GB.

You control the action using either your finger or the included stylus (that slots nicely into the side of the tablet) on the LeapPad’s touchscreen.

As there’s no Wi-Fi you have to tether the LeapPad to your computer to download new games, and loading/off-loading digital content such as those photos from the improved cameras.


InnoTab 2  from VTech, aimed for 4-9 year old.

It is featuring a 5-inch screen, and is equipped with a built-in microphone, a video player, art studio, G sensor, MP3 music players, e-reader, calendar, friends list, notes app and an augmented reality game.

It will also have a built-in 1.3-megapixel camera with a rotating “self-portrait” lens – a popular feature of VTech’s Kidizoom camera.

Its internal 2GB memory can be expanded with a built-in SD card memory reader.


ChildPad from Arnova, designed for 4-9 years old.

It’s a 7-inch tablet running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) that’s marketed specifically at kids.

It features a 4GB memory, a capacitive 800 x 480 screen, a microSD slot, a front camera, a built-in speaker, a microphone, a  G-sensor, and WiFi. .

Around 30 apps are pre-installed on the Archos Child Pad, including the ever-popular Angry Birds, which plays very well on the 7-inch screen. Another games, Stellar Escape, is quite fun, too, Kids Numbers, MathForKid, Word Tree 3D.


Kids Pad 2 from VideoJet, aimed for child from 6 to 12.

It will also feature a 7-inch multitouch capacitive screen, and a camera, and will run an exclusive interface VIDEOJET KIDS OS based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) .

The tablet will have a G-sensor, 4GB memory, mini USB slot, a SD slot, and integrated WiFi. For peace of parents, internet browsing with Wi-Fi is secured by the integration of customizable parental controls “Mobile Parental Filter” Editions Profil, they can evolve with the child, as well as the integrated antivirus “Bit Defender 2012”.

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2 Comments on “Kids have their own tablets!”

  1. jane Line October 11, 2012 at 4:18 pm #

    Thanks for this glorious article. Also a thing is that almost all digital cameras are available equipped with a new zoom lens that allows more or less of that scene to get included by ‘zooming’ in and out. Most of these changes in target length tend to be reflected inside the viewfinder and on huge display screen on the back of the camera.

  2. auto title October 27, 2012 at 6:36 am #

    I just read your article on Kids have their own tablets! | NAJMTEK and want to thank you for it.

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