Polaroid introduces kid friendly 7 inch Android tablet
purchased now at the Polaroid Store.
It comes equipped with a 7 inch screen with WVGA resolution, and has a 1GHz processor under the hood with 512MB of RAM aboard. The tablet has 8GB of native memory which can be expanded using the microSD slot and there are 35 premium apps preloaded. A 2MP camera is on back, and a 3500mAh battery keeps the lights on. Android 4.0 is pre-installed out of the box.
Hard to believe that the younger generation will think of Polaroid as a tablet manufacturer while most of us will always remember the company for its instant cameras. If you are interested in ordering the device, you can visit the sourcelink.
source: PolaroidStore via AndroidCentral
“Throughout our 75 year history, we’ve been known for creating innovative and easy-to-use products that are fun for all ages”
The Polaroid kids tablet has been named a CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree in the Tablets, E-Readers & Mobile Computing product category. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members of the media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics products across 29 product categories.
“Throughout our 75 year history, we’ve been known for creating innovative and easy-to-use products that are fun for all ages,” says Polaroid President and CEO Scott W. Hardy. “The kids tablet is no exception. It epitomizes the Polaroid brand personality and brings together a host of features that will delight kids and parents alike.”
Fun and Games
Included are a customized suite of apps like Kids Cam, Music Studio and Draw that encourage children to develop creative capabilities, and show off their creative side to friends and family members with videos, pictures and songs. The tablet also features Kids Vids, an app that allows children to stream safe and filtered videos for all age groups and Free Play, a simple & unique way to display all the free games/apps available for download from the kid-friendly App Shop.
Safe, Tough and Durable
Equipped with innovative side and rear bumpers to help protect the tablet from accidental bumps as well as built-in parental controls and a safe web browser that are quick and easy to set up, the tablet is designed to provide a safe interactive experience. Also included is the exclusive App Shop which is loaded with a variety of free and paid kid-friendly apps. The tablet even features a display lock, which locks the tablet's display and buttons, allowing young children to enjoy videos or interactive books without interruption.
Reading options for children of all ages!
The Polaroid kids tablet is designed to make learning fun. It comes preloaded with a selection of top-rated interactive children’s books, as well as NOOK for Android from Barnes and Noble. The tablet includes award-winning Dr. Seuss™ and Smithsonian interactive books which offer kids three different ways to read - “Read to me” where you listen to the book with the words highlighted, “Read it myself” where you read the book in its traditional form, and “Auto-Play” where the book plays like a movie, automatically reading and turning the pages. It also features top-rated learning apps that children will have fun with as they learn their numbers, letters and much more.
Features and Specs
7.0" capacitive, multi-touch
Screen Resolution: 800x480 (16:9)
Internal Storage: 8GB with additional external SD card slot
Processor & OS
CPU: 1.0 GHz CORTEX-A8
RAM: 512MB DDR3
OS: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
2MP Rear Camera
Rechargeable (Li-ion Polymer) 3500 mAh
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)
Preloaded with over 35 premium apps (all full versions)
Designed and manufactured by Southern Telecom, an authorized Polaroid licensee, the Polaroid 7.0” kids tablet and included video stand have a suggested retail price of $149.99 and will be available now at www.polaroidstore.com and in-store at Kohl’s in January. The tablet will be on display at the Polaroid Booth #13613 & Southern Telecom Booth#13022 at CES January 8-11 in Las Vegas. For more information or to make a booth tour appointment, please contact Melissa Hoistion at email@example.com.
The Polaroid Brand
Across several generations, people regard Polaroid as one of the most trusted, well-respected and recognizable brands when it comes to technology. The history of Polaroid began 75 years ago, with its roots stemming back to Polaroid instant film, cameras and camera accessories – thus was the introduction of the famous Polaroid Classic Border Logo which is still recognized today as a true landmark of photography.
In recent years, Polaroid has expanded its range of products in consumer electronics and photography, such as instant and digital cameras, high-definition camcorders, mobile printers, tablets, flat-screen TVs and more. People can expect to see new Polaroid products that will deliver the fun, instant gratification and value that the brand has long stood. For more information, visit http://www.polaroid.com or http://www.polaroidstore.com.
Polaroid, Polaroid & Pixel, Polaroid Color Spectrum and Polaroid Classic Border Logo are trademarks of PLR IP Holdings, LLC.
About Southern Telecom
Southern Telecom Inc, (STI) is a leading manufacturer of quality consumer products since 1988.
Find out more at www.southerntelecom.com.
1. thelegend6657 (unregistered)
Nabi2 is better
2. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6443; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
Nabi 2 is a better tablet TEGRA 3 processor even if its 199$. And people still get confused what is a tablet and I told them its powered by GOOGLE Android software. not too many people don't know whats a tablet or a Ipad thats also a tablet
3. JcHnd (Posts: 81; Member since: 30 Apr 2012)
I don't really think that kids care if Nabi2 comes with better specs... they just want to have fun and those apps included are great!
5. shirtlessrabbit4 (Posts: 39; Member since: 07 Oct 2012)
Those bezels.......... well I guess its safe for the screen that way with kids lol
6. chrischau1308 (Posts: 53; Member since: 28 Feb 2012)
Maybe it'll be harder for them to swallow ??