The Tablet PCs have now become a necessary part of someone’s office, home or business place. The main reasons behind their success are their easy portability and user friendly nature. Different tablet manufacturers have designed different tablet by keeping in mind the needs and demands of different age groups. There are tablets that have been designed particularly for different enterprises by analyzing the work load and needs of this class. Similarly, there are different tablets that have been developed by keeping in mind the needs and demands of the working class group. Now, we are here with a unique tablet that has been particularly designed for children. This tablet will be a good source of education and learning for children.
In this article, we will discuss different features of this unique tablet. This tablet is available in the market with the price tag of $ 80.00. This price seems nothing as compared to the features of this tablet as this tablet is a good tool of learning for the children. This tablet has been equipped with different applications that have been manufactured for improving the capability of children. For example there is color and pop creative applications that have the features of coloring and drawing. This enables the children to color different pictures and then see how they come to life in 3D. In addition to this, there is Art Studio in this tablet that has different applications that have been designed for painting, coloring and drawing.
As far as the technical specifications of this tablet are concerned, this tablet comes with total internal storage capacity of 64 MB and this memory can be further extendable u p to 16 GB through micro SD card. And let’s not forget about those other features perfect for the little ones: clock with alarm, calculator, calendar, and even friends address book. Most importantly, this tablet is available in two different colors that have been manufactured separately for boys and girls. VTech’s InnoTab is similar to the LeapPad in looks, operation and price (both retail for £79.99) but is more touch-oriented than the LeapFrog kids tablet. Both are recommended for children aged 4 – 9 years, but a three-year-old wouldn’t find it impossible to use. The usual small-parts choking warning is in place for the under threes. The officials of the company are hopeful that this will get strong response from children and their parents.