Tablets are not just for techies anymore, kids are getting in on the fun too. However, not all "kid" tablets are "kid friendly." The folks at Consumer Reporters tested out several tablets and came up with five that would get mom's seal-of-approval.
They reviewed the Arnova ChildPad, Fuhu Nabi Tablet, KD Interactive Kurio
7, Oregon Scientific Meep! Tablet, and Toys "R" Us Tabeo 7 Tablet. All of these are considered "real" tablets, and have an Android 4.0 operating system. They feature a multitouch display with kid-friendly games and apps. The most important part is that all of them, except the Childpad, have a protective silicone bumper or sleeve.
These tablets may be for kids, but the prices are adult. They range from $150-$200. For more information click here