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from Oregon Scientific, Inc.
Kids 6+ can have their own tablet with 50 built-in apps, e-books, music, and more, along with a parent-controlled web browser.
The new LeapPad Ultra gives kids 4–9 a child-safe web browser, the ability to play games and apps with friends, and the same great educational content parents expect from LeapFrog.
The InnoTab 3 is smaller than other InnoTabs, but still offers great educational and creative play for kids 3–9.
Kids 2–9 get all the fun of the InnoTab 2 but now with added wi-fi connectivity.
Even the youngest kids (12 months+) can enjoy e-books, music, photos, and more with this baby-targeted version of the original InnoTab 2.
The Nabi 2 is a strong WiFi-enabled kids' tablet that's built to withstand play, comes loaded with a number of proprietary educational games and apps, and lets kids play the favorite games and apps…
from KD Interactive
The Kurio 7 is a basic Android tablet that has been designed with a special interface for kids that gives parents security, control, and piece of mind. And it gives kids a real Android tablet to play…