It’s not an uncommon sight to see someone’s child playing on mom or dad’s tablet or smartphone. But, good news, parents! You can finally get your toys back because a new tablet is coming to town- the nabi tablet by Fuhu, Inc.
The nabi is the “everything” tablet that will grow along with your child. It’s a game console, a movie theater, a music player, a university, a library, and more – complete with more than $200 worth of pre-loaded apps, games and content. Whatever the interests of your child, this (literally) cherry red treat is sure to satisfy.
Entertainment for all ages
With a 7” touch screen and dedicated 3D processor, the nabi provides the ultimate gaming experience. Preloaded games include Angry Birds, Cut the Rope and Fruit Ninja, and hundreds more are available at the nabi Store that can be accessed through the tablet.
You can also keep your child entertained with hundreds of pre-screened titles through the Fooz Kids Flix app. Netflix is available on the tablet, too. The nabi also comes preloaded with 50 songs by Laurie Berkner, a popular children’s music artist. Of course, kids and parents alike have the option to download much more to the tablet’s 4GB flash storage.
The nabi comes with an app called MeeGenius, which is both an eReader and an eBook Store. It comes with six preloaded, free eBooks plus 24 additional free eBooks that you can download through the MeeGenius Applications. Titles include Pinocchio, The Jungle Book, Peter Pan, Cinderella and many more. The eBooks are illustrated and engaging with Read-Along Technology, so that budding readers develop word recognition by seeing words while hearing them pronounced.
Children with especially colorful imaginations will love the Fooz Kids Books app where they can create stories by using pictures from their own collection or taking pictures using the built-in camera. Another educational feature is Fooz Kids University, which encourages skill set development with over 22,000 common, core, state-standardized math curricula from pre-K through 5th grade.
While the nabi is for kids, adults will get to enjoy it, too. The nabi features an Android browser, its own App Zone, and most of the typical utilities found under the Android environment.
An included feature, Mommy Mode, allows parents to access the App Zone to download a larger selection of apps – more than just apps for kids – as well as manage what children can see in Kidz Mode. Through Mommy Mode, a weekly chore list can also be set up for the kids to keep track of. Don’t worry, it’s not all about work and no play. When a child completes a task (and you, in turn, check it off), they can earn “nabi coins”, with which they then can “buy” various things, including new games and videos, from the Treasure Box reward system.
The nabi 2 is available for purchase online now at $199. For more information, check out www.nabitablet.com.