Oregon Scientific Unveils Kid-Friendly Meep Tablets For Children

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Oregon Scientific has unveiled a tablet, just for kids.  The Wi-Fi enabled Meep tablet runs on Android, and offers music, movies, e-books, and apps, on a large, 7-inch color touch screen.  The Meep tablet will be unveiled at the Toy Industry Association’s (TIA) 109th American International Toy Fair this weekend.

Sharing a mobile device is a tough feat, especially for parents, when there is a risk it could be dropped, broken, scratched or rendered useless.  The Meep tablet features a tough design and an enhanced rubber silicon sleeve for added protection.

Geared for children ages six and up, the Meep tablet is Wi-Fi enabled, and supports an internal memory or SD card.  All websites and content can be monitored through parental controls that are adjusted remotely on any computer or mobile device with a browser and an Internet connection.

The Meep tablets will feature accessories sold separately, including musical instruments.

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