Although it’s not advisable for parents to allow their children to use tablets and mobile phones because of their health hazards and learning disadvantages, companies are introducing a number of such products to woo the young consumers.
Now children’s tablets provider VTech has announced the availability of InnoTab MAX. Featuring a powerful dual-core CPU with up to six times the processing power of previous generations and a high resolution 7” multi-touch screen, it is VTech’s fastest Wi-Fi tablet yet, says the company.
InnoTab MAX combines VTech’s library of cartridges, software and apps with educational Android apps.
It features an enhanced 2nd generation version of Premium VTech Kid Connect, at no additional charge, allowing children and parents to exchange voice and text messages, photos, drawings and fun stickers in real time between the tablet and a smartphone.
Premium VTech Kid Connect is packed with new features, including a parent-controlled family group chat; a multi-player game, letting kids play with approved contacts on their Kid Connect list; a Family Bulletin, enabling family members to post photos and messages to an approved group; and One Touch Sharing, allowing parents to post a child’s drawings to Facebook.
InnoTab MAX will be available in October. It is recommended for ages 3 – 9 years and will retail for $109.99.