Kurio Kids 7-inch Tablet vs LeapFrog LeapPad2 Power
It is now that time of year again when we have to get our thinking caps on trying to decide what to purchase for the younger ones in our lives, and with modern technology electronic gadgets could be on many children’s Christmas lists. Today we are looking at the Kurio Kids 7-inch Tablet vs. LeapFrog LeapPad2 Power devices.
There are a number of different tablets available for the younger user in mind that offer some fun entertainment while being educational, and many of them have also been designed to withstand the tougher life they will lead.
The first device we have for you is the LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Power Learning Tablet that costs $99.99 from Toys R Us, and features high impact side bumpers with a rugged rubberized frame. Kids can either use their fingers or the stylus to draw and the device comes with 9 preloaded apps that include the likes of Pet Pad and Art Studio.
There are cartridges that can be purchased to add even more content but there is already tons of content provided to keep little ones busy. The device features a 5-inch backlit display along with 4GB of internal memory and there are even back and front 2-megapixel cameras that can also record videos, and the rechargeable battery promises up to 9 hours of fun.
Meanwhile the same retailer has the Kurio 7 Android 4.0 tablet also costing $99.99 that features an ultra responsive 7-inch touchscreen display. The device also comes packed with preloaded content for kids that include educational material and there is full access to the Google Play Store.
Again there are front and rear cameras as well as Wi-Fi and Flash 11 support, and the 4GB of built in storage is expandable by a further 36GB. There is also HDMI and USB connections and for more information click the link above.
Which if these two products would you purchase?