A few days ago we reported on Polaroid’s foray into the tablet market with a device designed specifically for kids. With a large bezel and kid friendly buttons, the 7-inch screen is backed with a 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM capable of running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
French consumer electronics company Archos has turned a lot of heads in the last three years with their Android phones and tablets. The FCC has just cleared another Archos Android offering, this time another tablet.
There is certainly no shortage of 7″ tablets these days, and now Toys “R” Us is getting in on the action with their own tablet, not surprisingly, with kids in mind. The 7″ tablet, dubbed the Tabeo, isn’t the first tablet the toy giant has sold, however it does differ slightly from others in that it was designed using the input from kids and parents alike on what the
ARCHOS just unveiled the 97 Carbon tablet, which is part of their new Elements line. This new line will consist of 7, 8 and this 9.7-inch tablets and will target a wide demographic of consumers. All of them will have access to the Google Play Store and will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Hi. I talked my kids into wanting the note 10.1 over an ipad but since they are still young I want to be able to control what they can do. Anyone have experience running one of the parent control apps on this tablet? Most of the reviews are based on phones so I'm looking for some direct tablet experience.
These will be our family's first android tablets although I have a galaxy phone.
ARCHOS just announced the GamePad, which is similar to the Xperia Play and WikiPad. It is essentially a tablet with full gaming controls. I think this type of device is going to be very popular and will show significant growth in 2013.