DreamWorks is getting into the tablet game with the Android-powered DreamTab, which is expected to arrive sometime this spring. The tablet will be built by Fuhu, the company behind the popular Nabi kids tablet series. Keep reading to learn more!
They’re not glamorous and they rarely come with more than lackluster specs, but children-oriented tabs are on the rise. The number of players involved in the niche is growing and growing, but one company that’s been constantly in the spotlight there is Fuhu.
Fuhu has announced a new tablet named Nabi XD that is targeted towards youngsters. The tablet features powerful specs, good design, and an affordable price. It brings a keyboard accessory that will be useful for homework, gaming, social networking, and other tasks.
The kids are alright – at least they will be if they have a toy tablet to call their own. There have been many tabs released that cater to such market, but the Fuhu Nabi Jr. just might take the cake for its outrageously fun design and extremely attractive price point.
Looking to pick up a tablet as a gift for your kids, but want to keep the price low? The Fuhu Nabi 2, which is normally priced at $199, will be selling for just $129 at Walmart on Black Friday.
Although we don’t usually pay much attention to kid-friendly tablets due to their usual modest hardware configurations, Fuhu’s Nabi 2 is certainly a whole different kettle of fish. Not only is the 7-incher available for sale for just $200, but it also comes with a quad-core 1.3GHz Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM and Android 4.0 ICS, being perfect for running much more complex apps and games than just Angry Birds or Temple Run.
Fuhu, a tech company founded in 2008 and best known for creating the Nabi Tablet for children, is suing giant retailer Toys R Us for fraud, breach of contract, intellectual theft and a couple of other such goodies.