By Sumit Passary | Aug 25, 2012 12:59 PM EDT
Lexibook, the French educational tablet maker, recently announced the official launch of its new educational tablets for kids. The tablet will be available in the U.S. from Sept. 5 onwards. A preview launch will be held at Toys' R Us stores across the country giving an opportunity to parents to discover the tablets.
"We're really excited to present this new innovative range that will enable kids to change the way they learn and play. Our great content and fantastic features bring an immediate unique user experience and the built-in gaming and apps download center bring endless possibilities for kids," said Aymeric Le Cottier, CEO.
Similar to the Lexibook First, the new range of tablets are expected to pack a 600MHz processor with 256MB of RAM. An on-board 4GB storage, expandable to 16GB with an microSD card, will be on offer to the users. The tablets will also include parental controls and will be Wi-Fi enabled.
The device will sport a 7-inch HD screen and a kid-friendly user interface. On offer will be content suitable for toddlers to pre-teens age bracket. The educational content will be adapted to the curriculum with general education, tests, and interactive quizzes. The tablets will have the School Zone apps and 200 e-books pre-loaded. Apart from educational content, the tablet will also offer 25 games and 52 discovery activities. A feature that will appeal immensely to young users will be the in-built camera with photo editing software.
Lexibook tablets will give an opportunity to children to have a tablet of their own. The tablet will enable young users to explore a plethora of educational, multimedia, and interactive apps. Time will tell if the attractive features of the Lexibook range of tablets will attract young customers successfully.
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