Polaroid is known for their instant print cameras from back in the late 80s, but the company is now making its way into the kids tablet market. The company just unveiled a new tablet that is aimed at children called the Polaroid PTAB750, a Kids Tablet that was designed specially for children with a colorful exterior and a 7-inch touch display.
The Polaroid Kids Tablet is expected to be showcased at the upcoming CES 2013 in Las Vegas. The tablet features a design that is shockproof with integrated side and rear rubber bumpers that will protect the device in-case of accidental drops, shock and liquid spills. The 7-inch display delivers a 800×480 resolution, the tablet is powered by a 1GHz Cortex-A8 processor with 512MB of RAM, it comes with 8GB of on-board storage plus an SD card slot for expansion.
There’s an 2-megapixel camera that allow your kids to take self portraits, plus it supports WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity enabling them to enjoy fun activities from the world wide web. The tablet runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and comes pre-loaded with 35 full-version apps designed to help with learning and development.
The PTAB750 Kids Tablet also comes pre-loaded with a wide variety of interactive children books, including Dr. Seuss and Smithsonian interactive books, as well as NOOK for Android book store and reader. The tablet also comes with parental control that allows you to filter what your children has access to from the internet. The Children Tablet is now available for sale from various retail outlets for the price of $149.99.