The top 7-inch children’s tablets that will work best for your children depend on your children’s age, and on how well they learn, and what their interests are. Here are a few ideas.
This colorful tablet runs Android 4.0. It’s not too expensive being well under two hundred dollars. It’s really easy to use and you can get it with 35 apps already loaded onto it. The arcade part of the tablet lets your children play 16 games including something called Doodle jump. The tablet has strong specs with 8 GB of storage and an SD card slot. This card slot is key because it means that you can add stuff from the outside and that you can store a lot of extra games and videos and so on. It also allows you to control what content is on the tablet. The tablet has an accelerometer and a 2 MP rear camera as well.
This is a tablet that is even cheaper than the other one by a good fifty dollars or so. The tablet is running Android 4.1, which is a bit ahead of what the other tablet is running. It only weighs a single point and it has a rear webcam that has the same resolution. The battery life will last for 7.5 hours or so. The hard drive is also worth 8 GB and it has a 1 GB RAM amount, as well as a 1.6 Ghz processor. This type of hardware is good enough to run most things that kids would want to get into without overdoing it and spiking the cost too much above what you would really want to pay.
Generally the tablet from Vivitar is a good choice for those who want to get the most out of their money. But if you like the style of Polaroid this can be a good choice as well.
The Nabi is also a good choice for those on a budget: