Listed below (in no particular order) are the top 3 tablets for kids, all of which can be purchased from Ace. And remember, if you’re working to a tight budget, you have the option to spread the cost of a new children’s tablet with a customer account!
LeapPad 2 - £84.99
- Front AND back cameras, both of which are 2 megapixels and can be used with a variety of apps
- 5 inch screen
- 4GB memory – non-expandable
- Safe for kids – no Internet access
- Touch screen – controlled by either a finger or a stylus pen
- Volume control and headphone jack – so the kids can’t annoy you while you’re trying to watch TV!
- Link the LeapPad 2 to your computer to download new games and apps
- Comes with tons of pre-loaded apps
- E-books promote word recognition and reading basics
|LeapPad 2 - £84.99|
Innotab 2 - £64.99
- 1.3 megapixel rotating camera – allows kids to take pictures of themselves or somebody else
- Add special affects to pictures
- Built-in microphone for enhanced gameplay and video recording
- 5 inch touch screen
- 2GB memory – expandable with SD card
- Can be personalised for up to 4 users with photo wallpaper, user name, avatar and voice greeting
- Software cartridges can be purchased – each includes an e-book, 3 games and 2 creative activities
- Connect to the Vtech Learning Lodge Navigator to download apps and games for your Innotab
|Innotab 2 - £64.99|
Kurio 7” Tablet - £139.99
- 7” touch screen developed specially for children
- Comes pre-loaded with popular gaming apps such as Angry Birds and Cut the Rope
- Connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi
- Full parental controls and web content filtering
- Aimed at slightly older children than both the LeapPad 2 and the Innotab 2
- Features the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system
- Restrict content by age group
- Restrict usage by setting a start and end time for the Kurio to be active each day. Children will not be able to use it outside of these time zones
|Kurio 7" Tablet|
Which One to Choose?
The LeapPad 2 and Innotab 2 both target young children and are similar in terms of design and features. The LeapPad 2 has the better specifications, but the Innotab 2 is cheaper, so it all comes down to a matter of budget when trying to distinguish between the two. With its Internet accessibility and larger screen, the Kurio is more of a family tablet that everybody can use as opposed to a children’s tablet, making it the better choice for older children over the age of 10.
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