VTech InnoTab 3 wants to be your kid's first tablet
By Simon Crisp July 6, 2013
A new (more pointy) stylus should make writing on the screen easier, and the 2 GB of storage can be expanded by up to 32 GB via a micro SD card slot. While the InnoTab 3 can be powered by AA batteries, a new rechargeable battery pack is also available.
There are 15 apps pre-loaded on the InnoTab 3, including educational games, eBooks, music and videos. The Learning Lodge content library, which consists of 350 more downloads, and will increase to 600 by the end of the year, means parents can add more apps via a computer. They can also use the Learning Lodge software to track their child's progress.
The InnoTab 3 will sell for US$70 when it is released later this month. That makes it $10 cheaper than the InnoTab 2, and $30 cheaper than the 2S with its Wi-Fi and larger screen.
Here's a video from VTech introducing the InnoTab 3
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