Nowadays, Android tablet nuts out there are saying that the new Kindle seems like a lame excuse for an “Android” tablet. Even though it might not be something some Android users are used to, the younger audience might take interest to it.
Could it be that the Amazon Kindle Fire is possibly the best Android tablet for children? Android powered devices, notably tablets – seem to entertain children more than any other OS.
The Kindle Fire gives users more ease to Android. There is more relaxing feel to this device, versus the more sophisticated devices on the market.
However, even saying that, the new Kindle packs a dual-core OMAP processor. With the 7-inch screen, it will be easy for children to browse through comic books, young novels, and cookbooks on Amazon’s Kindle Store. Added on top of this, you will never have to worry about your kids walking upon inappropriate sites, with the security and restriction software within the system.
On top of that, Amazon’s cloud service will be at your fingertips. For free, you will be able to store Amazon content on the cloud server. Pretty nifty for all those comic books.
Children love movies. So why not watch the fun movies they love right on the Kindle Fire? With 8GB you will have storage for books, movies, and music, tagged with Wi-Fi capability.
This tablet is great for children. The ease and comfort of the tablet fits many people, young and experienced. However, 8 hours is simply not enough, especially on a tablet. But alas, the Kindle Fire can be picked up at local stores, and of course, Amazon.com for around $199.
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Best for kids?
You can’t turn off “1-Click” = FAIL for kids.
You can turn off 1-Click setting on your Kindle Fire. Go to your amazon.com account on a computer, click on Your Account in the upper right hand corner, scroll down to Settings, click 1-Click Settings, then click on Turn Off 1-Click for your Mobile Device.
No. You can turn off 1-click for your Amazon account but there is NO option – at least not in my account – to turn it off for the Kindle Fire. There is no “mobile device” choice.
I have a similar product for children, except my kids tablets are a little better priced than the nabi but with the same specs!
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There is no filtering for Amazon content. That’s a serious showstopper for a tablet used by kids. Other than that its a decent tablet for surfing and stuff – replace the amazon launcher with Go Luancher EX and its very usable.