Oregon Scientific unveiled the MEEP! X2 tablet back in October. And for those not familiar, the X2 came as the follow-up to the original MEEP which was introduced a year earlier, in October 2012. A quick look at the two tablets and there are more than a few similarities in terms of looks and styling, however the MEEP X2 has stepped up in terms of the specs.
FiLiP smart locator device, however as of today there is a bit of an update in terms of availability. The wrist-locator will soon be available with AT&T. The carrier will have the FiLiP available for online sales beginning on November 22nd. And in addition to the online availability, AT&T will be selling the FiLiP in one retail location.
Polaroid, a brand one would normally associate with cameras rather than Android tablets, is making a second stab at the kids market with the ingeniously named Kids Tablet 2. Unlike similar tablets aimed at a younger demographic, however, Polaroid throws in some features that give a nod to what the company does best: making memories.
Filip smartwatch that will be coming to AT&Ts shelves soon.
Fuhu hasn't completely gone silent yet. Rolling out over the air today are updates to its nabi 2 kids tablet and nabi XD "tweens" tablet that are big not only in size but in new features as well.
kids, the Tabeo e2 improves on its older sibling, promising to give an upgraded computing experience for children to enjoy.
Samsung has indeed taken notice of how much children these days are making use gadgets and see in it a potential and profitable market. The manufacturer is releasing its first tablet for kids to help make the time spent by children on the device more educational and entertaining.