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Fuhu announces four television-sized Big Tabs for kids

Fuhu has just announced four new television-sized tablets at CES 2015. The tablets range in size from 32-65 inches, and will cost up to $4,000.
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January 7, 2015
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Fuhu is pretty well-known for their big Nabi tablets, specially made for children. The tablets are plenty resistant and come in a variety of sizes. Today at CES 2015, Fuhu announced some products to really expand their tablet lineup. The tablet maker has just announced 32, 43, 55 and 65-inch variant Big Tabs.

Fuhu is really pushing the “Internet of Things” movement, and would like their new Big Tab XL models to be the centerpiece of your home entertainment. There’s no mention of which version of Android these tablets are running, but the press release does say that they run “the latest Android software” and Fuhu’s groundbreaking Blue Morpho OS. All four of the new “tablets” will also double as televisions, which justifies the purchase a bit more. The two smallest models sport 1080p screens, 2GB of RAM and run on a NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. The two biggest models both have 4K resolutions, 4GB of RAM and use NVIDIA’s new Tegra X1 chip.

No release date has been issued quite yet, but we do know the tablets will launch sometime this year. As for the price? The new tablets will range in price from $699.99 to $3,999.99. Do you think anyone out there is interested in these tablets? Let us know your thoughts!