CES 2014 | Kurio reveals the 7x Android tablet for kids
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One of the Android tablet brands involved in making such devices for kids is Kurio and their new 7x Android slate has just been uncovered in Las Vegas at CES 2014. This tablet is a new member of the best-selling Kurio family of Android devices for children and runs exclusively on Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE network.
While the press release does not uncover most details regarding the technical specs and features of the Kurio 7x 4G LTE Android tablet, a quad-core processor and 4G LTE connectivity are both parts of the list. In terms of features, the most important one for tutors and parents is the Kurio suite of parental controls already available for users of similar Kurio tablets currently on the market.
According to Techno Source, which makes the Kurio tablets together with KD Interactive, "Using the intuitive Kurio interface, families can create up to eight unique user profiles, each offering full separation of files, apps, game progress and scores, downloads, parental control settings and more." At last, the Kurio Genius Internet filtering system covers no less than 450 million websites.
Unfortunately, the Kurio 7x 4G LTE tablet will only ship starting this summer, but Amazon currently has in store the 7-inch Kurio Kids tablet at $99.99, 50% off the original list price of $200.00.