Nabi Android tablet for children available from Toys R Us
Stuck for what to get your kid this Christmas, well how about a fully featured Android tablet that has been designed especially with kids in mind? The Nabi Android tablet is an educational and fun slate with a custom kiddie user interface on top of Android allowing kids to watch videos, read books, get educated and surf the web and all at an affordable price.
According to the guys over at Phandroid, app developer FUHU in a joint venture with Toys R Us have come up with the Nabi tablet for kids, a slate that can also be password protected by the patrent so they can also get a more grown-up Android experience.
So what does the Nabi tablet offer in the way of specs? Well it’s pretty impressive considering the slate is designed for kids, with a 7-inch display, front facing camera, 1080p HD video playback, 500MHz dual core Cortex-A9 processor, 4GB internal storage, PowerVR SGX530 GPU for 3D gaming, WiFi, and a 3000mAh battery delivering up to 5 hours of life.
Furthermore so your kid can get their own app experience on the Nabi Android tablet includes its own Nabi app store along with a Design Studio portal that features 30 apps for such things as drawing and painting along with 30 children’s eBook apps and the Nabi tablet also delivers access to the Fooz Kinds University that features 22000 state standardised math skills grade from pre- kindergarten to 5th grade for all your education purposes.
The Nabi includes over $150 worth of pre-loaded games books, apps, and music whilst the display is multi-touch and even has tilt sensors for when your kids play Anger Birds, Need for Speed, Cut the Rope and such.
If you wish to surprise your darling child the Nabi Android tablet for Christmas, you can pre-order the Nabi tablet from Toys R Us as of right now and at a cost of 200 bucks and the device has an estimated shipping date of the 1st of December. Will you be delighting your child with a Nabi tablet under the Christmas tree this year?
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