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Polaroid Introduces Tablet For Kids

Polaroid Introduces Tablet For Kids
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The famous instant film company has released a wireless device specifically designed for children's entertainment and educational use.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 7 january 2013

Formerly world-famous for instant film camera innovations, American-based company Polaroid branches out further into the consumer electronics market by launching a tablet designed specifically for children. The 7-inch Polaroid tablet is pre-loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, features a capacitive multi-touch screen with 800 x 480 screen resolution, houses a a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512MB of RAM, 3,500 mAH battery, rear 2-megapixel camera, WiFi connectivity, and 8 GB of internal memory. The tablet also comes preloaded with three top rated learning apps and ten interactive books, while parents may also use the custom web browser and parental controls to help program a safe browsing environment for their children.

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The Polaroid tablet is now available for USD 149.99.

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