Fuhu has rolled out a couple new tablets that will fit into the nabi line of offerings aimed at kids and families. Rather than being a smaller screen tablet with features aimed specifically at kids like some of the other nabi devices, these two new tablets are big screen monsters that are aimed at use in the home. The tablets include the nabi Big Tab HD 20" and the Big Tab HD 24".
Fuhu is billing both of these units as the world's biggest Android tablets that are built for sharing. The 20" tablet has a screen resolution of 1600 x 900 and the 24" tablet offers 1920 x 1080 resolution. Both have 15-point capacitive touch technology and quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 processors.
Each tablet has 16GB of storage inside and use lightweight frames to make them easier to carry even though they are massive devices. Nabi equips both of the big tablets with integrated stands to allow them to be adjusted to a comfortable angle or laid flat on a tabletop surface. A battery is built in, but the tablets are designed to be plugged most of the time. The battery is a short-term solution to allow the tablets to be moved from room to room while playing a game or watching a video.
Family Time is supported with the tablets having Two Play capability with games designed for two players at once like Checkers, Chess, and others. A Game Room feature has multiplayer games for the family to enjoy. The Blue Morpho OS overlay allows for two modes with one being a safe mode for kids to use alone. The nabi Big Tab HD 20" tablet will sell for $449 and the 24" unit will sell for $549 with both landing in stores this Fall.