Best Tablet for kids under 7yrs?

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Discussions' started by careycrews, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. careycrews

    careycrews Junior Member

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    I'm a newby so please go easy on me :)
    I have a 4yr. & 7yr. old, Both can navigate my Android based phone very competently.

    I want to give each child a tablet with the following options:
    Wi-Fi only - dont need 3/4g access
    Most memory (internal or upgradable by card)
    Play Games (and be able to access Android's Market to download new games),
    Watch movies via NetFlix
    Play Music
    Webcam & Camera for iChat ect...
    Surf the web for appropriate content
    Android's most current operating system available in my price range...
    I want to keep the price between $100-$250 per device...

    Thank you in advance...I'm sure my kiddies will thank you too :)
     
  2. SpeMall.com

    SpeMall.com Member

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    Hi careycrews, welcome to the forum, you can have a look at our: Android Tablet PC. Lots of decent table PCs here are under $200.
    Maybe you can find something of your interest there, we offer free shipping and one-year free warranty for every device! welcome!
     
  3. J515OP

    J515OP Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Sorry couldn't resist but there is some truth to this.

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  4. gtgrafe

    gtgrafe Junior Member

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    I would go with a used wifi Xoom. Its bulky enough to withstand a 4 year old walking on it and powerful enough to run all the games, stories & learning apps you want.
     
  5. DBoys

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    I'm tried of my kid using my ipad... there are a lot of things I dont want them getting into like youtube that the ipad cant restrict! are there any other options?
     
  6. McBub.com

    McBub.com Junior Member

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    check out this tablet;

    McBub: Low-Priced Cambridge Sciences Tablet, USD 102.99, 7 Inch Cambridge Sciences Android 4.0 MID Tablet PC AllWinner A10 1.5GHz 512MB RAM 16GB HDD Camera HDMI Wifi (CP146507)

    7 inch size, and with 16GB build-in memory, can play most of the 3D Games, also support skype video chat, and netflix.


     
  7. userbe1155

    userbe1155 Junior Member

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    At such young ages, you don't t want to be spending lots of money on something that is fragile, but there are some good cheap alternatives. If you don't want vtech kiddie learning devices which, good tho they are, are somewhat limited in their capabilities, then what mcbub is offering seems very good value. This is a device that can grow with them( at least a few years anyway) I'm pretty sure there's software apps that can limit what your kids can see & do. They may cost a little but its you're kids safety we're talking about.

    Sent from my M9701 using Android Tablet
     

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