This Lexibook tablet features the Lexibook Market, which features over 10,000 different apps. Using the Lexibook Market means that you have the ability to filter all of the apps that you deem unsuitable for your child with a password. Your child can play their favorite games, such as Angry Birds, and video chat with family via Skype along. There are also thousands of other fun games, videos and eBooks. This device allows children to listen to music, look at pictures and watch videos. It even comes standard with access to Kabillion, a video store with hundreds of cartoons.
The majority of are for kids around 4 to 9 years old. The Lexibook Junior Tablet is designed for the younger end of that spectrum. The apps and games are geared toward a younger audience, and the Android OS provides a simple interface that is quite kid-friendly. Though it's a tablet that's designed with the young in mind, it's still a cool device that parents might even enjoy using.
French company Lexibook is all set to launch its meant for kids in the US on September 15. Running Android (version unknown), the Lexibook tablet comes with all the features that any kid’s tablet should have, which includes built-in parental controls that will allow the parents to keep a tab on what their little ones are up to in the virtual world. The tablet connects to the internet via high speed Wi-Fi connection, so kids can download essential apps from the Lexibook Market that plays host to more than 10,000 apps. These include Pig Rush, Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Pandora, and Skype, to name just a few. Also available are thousands of other fun and educational apps that should appeal to the Kids.
The Lexibook Laptab isn’t necessarily a very good tablet or notebook. But it’s not particularly expensive either. It sells for about 149.99 £ in the UK, which is about $230 US.
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