InnoTab, a new tablet for kids, comes loaded with a suite of applications including an interactive, animated e-book, motion games, creative activities, MP3 music player, photo viewer, video player, alarm clock, calculator, calendar and an address book.
Learning products company VTech has released the InnoTab, a multi-function educational tablet for children. Announced today, Oct. 27, it is now available at major retail and toy stores and VTechKids.com.
This learning app tablet brings interactive and animated reading, educational gaming, creative activities, and a collection of applications to children ages 4-9.
InnoTab is supported by a cartridge library that features kids’ favorite characters, including Disney/Pixar’s Cars 2 and Toy Story, Dora the Explorer and Disney Princesses. Best of all, you can download more interactive e-books, learning games and other content from VTech’s Learning Lodge Navigator and more than 100 downloads will be available by year end, the company says.
InnoTab features a 5″ color touch screen LCD, a tilt-sensor for motion game control, USB interface, SD card slot for memory expansion, along with a stylus and a headphone jack. All of these are housed in a sleek, durable and compact design for easy portability.
“Moms and dads are looking for ways to make sure their kids’ technology is age-appropriate, and VTech is excited to offer the InnoTab, which does exactly that,” said Tom McClure, director of marketing, VTech Electronics North America, LLC. “Parents can trust that InnoTab’s educational games and activities will make learning fun.”
InnoTab comes with a price tag of $79.99; Software Cartridges for $24.99.
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