If you’re in the market for kid-friendly tablets, we’ve got a list of contenders.
Every kid wants a tablet. They’re fun, portable, easy to use, and they keep the little ones entertained. If your children have seen you working (or playing) on a tablet, chances are they want to play, too.
Deciding to invest in a tablet for your child is a big step, and there are a number of qualities to consider: price, parental controls, and perhaps most importantly, durability. We’ve read the reviews, asked around, and brought together the tablets we believe will be the best for your kids .
Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition
The only tablet that offers a two-year, no-questions-asked warranty is Amazon’s. If the unthinkable happens to the Fire 7 Kids Edition, or if you know your kids tend to be hard on their toys, this is peace of mind included in the price of the product. Running the mature and fast Fire OS, the only thing missing is Google’s services, but Amazon’s Appstore is stocked with lots of apps and games.
It comes with one year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, which allows your child to access over 10,000 apps, games, shows, movies, and books, all kid-tested and parent-approved. Parent mode, which is accessed with a password, gives you the opportunity to share media that your kids need your permission to get into. It also helps keep little fingers away from your Amazon account, which is pretty important.
The latest update to the Fire Kids Edition bases it on the “all new” Fire 7, which brings a better screen, improved battery life and dual-band Wi-Fi for better connectivity. If you want a different case, there are plenty out there to choose from, or you can get it in blue, pink or yellow for about $70.
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