In September, Toys R Us revealed it was preparing to release its own children's tablet. Just in time for the holiday season, the Tabeo is now officially available online or directly at Toys R Us retail locations.
Kids love touchscreens. They are accessible and intuitive to use. That makes tablets ideal for learning and for play. The Android platform offers some really great apps for kids and manufacturers are starting to see the potential for dedicated child-friendly devices. That means you can reclaim your Galaxy S3 or your Nexus 7 and keep the kids happy with a tablet of their own.
Toys “R” Us unveils 7-inch Tabeo tablet for kids, available starting October 21 for $150
A new kid-friendly Android-based tablet has been unveiled and will try to make it into a highly competitive niche, starting October 21. That’s when the new “Tabeo” tablet is set to go on sale in Toys R Us stores for $149.99.
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