Fire Kids Edition 7-inch

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The Fire Kids Edition is a bestselling 2015 7-inch kids tablet that received positive reviews for its kid-proof design, bright display, reasonably fast processor, microSD expansion and excellent parental control features. Also included is two years of worry-free guarantee for product replacement in case the kids break the tablet. Featuring battery life that is mediocre at best, limited multitasking capability and low built-in storage, it has the same drawbacks as other budget tablets. All in all the Fire Kids Edition is a dependable kids tablet with easy to learn features and a sturdy design that will last your kids a very long time.

Dragon Touch Y88X Plus (2018) 7-inch

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The Dragon Touch Y88X Plus 7-inch kids tablet has received positive reviews for its great selection of preinstalled kids apps and books. It comes with a durable, child-proof case that many customers liked, and it is said to be the perfect size for younger children. The easy to use interface received a lot of praise, along with its overall durable and sturdy design. The parental control features also makes it easy for parents to control what and when kids access online. Lastly, it packs a nice wide viewing angle IPS display that is noted as being pleasant. Criticism was directed towards the poor camera quality, however. Users also noted that battery life is poor, and it charges very slowly. The easy to use Dragon Touch Y88X Plus (2018) 7-inch offers hours of entertainment for your kids thanks to the free content that comes with the tablet, but the poor battery life may be a deal breaker for some.

LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra Kids’ Learning Tablet 33200

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The LeapFrog LeapPad2 Ultra 33200 is a bestselling 7-inch 2013 Kid’s learning tablet that received positive reviews for great improvements on its predecessor including better screen quality, faster CPU, more storage for downloads, a robust design, and rechargeable batteries. Safety features allow parents full control over what their kids and download and the browser is designed to be completely child-safe.  With a slightly sluggish processor and an absence of expandable storage, the Ultra is not going to attract the savviest kids who want the likes of the latest iPad or the most expensive Android tablets, but it is a great option for parents who want an affordable and child-friendly tablet to keep their kids learning and playing.

Amazon Fire HD 6 Kids Edition 6-inch

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The Amazon Fire HD 6 is a 2014 6-inch tablet that received praise for its software which includes lots of preloaded content for kids and control features for adults. Parents were very happy with the HD IPS screen that offers great picture quality and decent viewing angles even under the bright sun. At 9 hours, the battery life was also lauded. On the other hand, poor cameras and lack of an SD-card slot for storage expansion weighed down the device. The Amazon Fire HD 6 is a very good learning and gaming companion for kids above 3 years old.

Kurio Xtreme 2 C15150 7-inch

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The Kurio Xtreme 2 is a 2015 7-inch Android-based kids tablet that upon release received praise for its cool design and a small, compact and sturdy form factor. Parents who bought the tablet for their child were happy with the versatile parental control options provided by the software, as well as the adequate content for their kids and the fun, motion-controlled games. However, the tablet is plagued by short battery life and poor cameras. Criticism has also been directed towards the sluggish performance and the relatively low-quality display. The Kurio Xtreme 2 might not be the best Kids’ tablet out there, but thanks to its friendly price, any parent looking to strike a bargain will be very satisfied.

Dragon Touch Y88X Kids Tablet 7-inch

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The Dragon Touch Y88X is a best selling 7-inch tablet praised for its value for money and great user interface. Sold as a kids’ tablet, it comes in a silicon case, Kidoz is pre-installed and has a child-friendly interface. Without the case, though, and kids’ mode off, it is a serious tablet with great performance and an intuitive user interface that provides a great user experience. Users were especially impressed with the Quad-Core processor that streams videos flawlessly and plows through games. However, the screen’s low resolution makes images look blocky, but really though, for the price you won’t do much better than the Dragon Touch Y88X.

Vuru Junior

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The Vuru Junior is a bestselling 2013 tablet that received generally positive reviews. Reviewers were pleasantly surprised with overall performance despite the low price tag although some felt the screen quality and battery life left a lot to be desired relatively to other tablets of the time slightly higher up on the price ladder.

Zeepad Kids TABZ7 7-inch

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The Zeepad Kids TABZ7 is a 2015 7-inch tablet praised for its rugged design, fast performance and slim design. The Quad-Core processor is just blazing fast; games load up very quickly and run smoothly. It is sold as a kids’ tablet with a blue bumper case that holds up against bumps, drops and spills. It can be used as a “proper” tablet, however, and without the case it looks professional. Users were however displeased with the poor screen; its low resolution and limited viewing angles are off-putting, and the battery lasts only a short time on a charge. Perhaps these were trade-offs for the powerful processor and low price.

Fuhu Nabi Jr.

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Fuhu Nabi Jr. is a popular 2013  5-inch kid’s tablet that received a lot of positive reviews for a robust child-friendly design to withstand rough use, a snappy performance with a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a good quality rear camera, a modified Android 4.0 OS for enhanced kid’s tablet experience and a great selection of kids apps and parental control features. On the downside the reviewers were critical of its web browser security, somewhat long charging time and exclusion of Google Play Store. All in all, the Nabi Jr. is a great option for parents looking for a child friendly tablet that fits the family budget without compromising on performance and child safety feature. If you want a bigger screen and more powerful features, the pricier Nabi 2 is worth taking look at.

VTech InnoTab Max Kids 7-inch

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The VTech InnoTab Max Kids is a bestselling 7-inch kids tablet that was released in 2014. It received overwhelming praise for its adaptable child-friendly design, which features a useful handle and a robust cover that not only offers the much needed protection, but can be removed for a more grown-up feel. Reviewers also praised the android-based software for offering an ever-expanding selection of expert-supported and age-appropriate apps, as well as adequate parental controls for effective parent supervision. On the flip side, the tablet faced considerable criticism for its low resolution screen, relatively poor general performance and average battery life. Nonetheless, the VTech InnoTab Max is a decent device that does well to offer the best learning and playing experience, particularly for kids aged 3-9.