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Lexibook Laptab is a wants to be a stepping stone device for kids

Children learn by watching what their parents do. When we mess on our phones and computers all the time, they of course think they should have one too. While they want yours specifically, you know that such expensive devices will not do well in the hands of children. You don’t want to tell your little one they can’t play with your devices, but it might be a better idea to get them their own (cheaper though, of course).

The Lexibook Laptab will give your tiny tot a laptop/tablet. It’s got a 7” screen that pivots, has built-in apps, and can handle rough-and-tumble owners. There’s an app-store with a password-protected filter that will make sure your child isn’t downloading something they shouldn’t be.

This runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, can connect to Wi-Fi, and will run for three hours on one charge. There are speakers built-in, as well as a headphone jack for when you want a little quiet time. This is a pretty serious purchase at around $160, as it’s only going to be useful for a certain amount of time for your little one.

via [ubergizmo]

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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