Oregon Scientific has today launched their new Oregon Scientific MEEP X2 tablet for $150, which has been specifically designed for children to use from the ages of six and up.
The new MEEP X2 kids tablet builds on the success of the original MEEP kids tablet, and has been redesigned to provide a more slimline tablet that is both splash-proof and rugged enough to with stand drops and shocks.
The MEEP X3 tablet is fitted with Wi-Fi connectivity and is powered by a dual Core Cortex 1.2GHz processor supported by 1GB of RAM and features a microSD card slot for storage.
The MEEP X2 is supplied running Google’s latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and is fitted with VGA megapixel front facing camera for video calling, together with a 2.0 megapixel rear facing for video and photographs.
The MEEP X2 has access to a Meep! Store with over 800 games and apps on offer but also has access to the Google Play Store via a parental portal when required.
The Oregon Scientific MEEP X2 kids tablet is now available exclusively at Toys “R” US stores and online $149.99.
“With the MEEP X2, Oregon Scientific has reinforced the company’s commitment to online safety with updated parental monitoring settings that are accessible on the tablet itself and from any PC, iPad or mobile device with a cellular or Wi-Fi Internet connection.
The simple web interface allows parents to control the way children access the Internet, view their log files and browsing history, approve friend requests in the Kids Communicator, setup play, video and reading time, and add virtual coins to their MEEP! Market account.”
Source: Oregon ScientificFiled Under: Tablet News, Top News