2012 Best Kid’s Tablets

The tablet market has grown very rapidly in such a short time. And it has even branched out into different niches from within in order to take advantage of a more specific customer base. One of the more promising niches belongs to the kid tablet market.

Kid’s tablets have steadily grown and have seen an increase of choices. The tablets are designed specifically with kids in mind. They are not always the most advanced in the market, but they do have their features that its target market looks for. Here are some of the best tablets for kids in 2012.

VTech InnoTab 2

One of the more affordable and yet interesting tablets to come out in 2012 is the VTech InnoTab 2 Learning Tablet. It is a capable tablet able to provide kids with the kind of experience they are looking for in such a device. It features a built-in photo and video camera, 5-inch touchscreen display, 2GB internal memory and a wealth of learning and fun apps to keep kids find the fun and interest in learning new things. It is available at an affordable price of just US$70.

LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer

The LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer (pictured) is another learning tablet that came out this year. It comes with both front and back end cameras, a 4GB memory. A 5-inch touchscreen display and comes with five downloaded apps when purchased. There is also a wealth of learning apps and fun games that kids can download into the LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer. Features wise, the LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer comes out on top. However, it comes at a price as it costs a lot more than the InnoTab 2 at US$125.

Fuhu NABI Tablet

Another kid’s tablet now available in the market is the Fuhu NABI tablet. It is an Android tablet that comes with a faster 1.3 GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, is WiFi ready and comes with a 7-inch touchscreen display. It comes in a simple and streamlined design with a rugged case that also makes it look like a typical adult tablet. But the bright color gives it that touch of being a kid’s tablet. It also comes with a wide range of educational software developed by the same company that made the tablet. This tablet has the most advanced features to date for being a kid’s tablet. One of its downsides is that it is one of the heaviest at 2.7 pounds. This makes it an ideal tablet for kids who are much older and may not be ideal for kids who are 5 years old below. The Fuhu NABI is also one of the most expensive kid’s tablets in the market as it costs US$200 at Amazon.

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