In the last 2 years the tablet market has exploded. And while the iPad is a popular choice for parents and kids, not everyone has 5, 6 or $700 to spend on a luxury device for their child.
This Fall Techno Source will be introducing a family-friendly tablet that will retail for just $200.
This 7″ device will run on the Android operating system and is loaded with security features to give parents some piece of mind.
Each user (up to 8 individuals) will have their own profile that can be keyword filtered. The parent control section of the device allows parents to set time frames to control playing time, define precisely how their child can access the internet and indicate which user should have access to each app.
While at Toy Fair last week we had the chance to preview the Kurio and also put together a video showing some of the features.
- 1 GHz processor
- 4 GB with a micro SD slot that is expandable to 32GB
- Comes with removable rubber protection case
- VGA 640×480 pixels Webcam
- USB host port: Connect your USB key, your camera, your hard disk drive to transfer content without PC
- HDMI slot
- Advanced filtering and parental controls
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