WHAT: Read this before you open your kid's new tablet. You might want to get something different or set it up in a totally different way than you planned.
Thinking of buying a cheap tablet this season?
Sick of restoring your iPad to factory settings?
Have you wondered about buying these tablets?
Don't want to spend hours trying to understand security controls?
Kids not reading e-books or playing educational games (the ones that they may actually be learning from?)
The story at Quartz is about the following tablets:
Asus MeMo Pad 7" ME176C
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK 7"
Fire HD Kids Edition
Toshiba Encore 2 8"
Apple iPad mini (first gen)
ASUS Transformer T100TA
The article will provide specs, look into games, security, time controls, design, covers... everything you'll need to know to not just buy a good tablet but to be HAPPY WITH YOUR PURCHASE.
Too much of a good thing is never very good, is it but our kids need our guidance even though we didn't grow up with these things ourselves.
So check out my article at Quartz- These Are the Seven Best Tablets For Kids
and also read my article that gives suggestions to how to allow for productive and fun use of the tablet without letting it take over your life.
Quartz- How to keep your kids from getting into trouble on your tablet
My testers and I tested these tablets for hours and hours and hours before reporting. Some of them are still with us. So if you have questions, email me at toysaretools (a) gmail.com or leave a question on my Facebook page.
Happy Reading! More to come on this blog just for the readers here!
Disclosure: Toys are Tools was not compensated by the manufacturers of anything mentioned here for the publication of this review. The reviewed items were provided to Toys are Tools to facilitate a review. Reviews are never promised