Undoubtedly one of the biggest growth areas of children’s electronic toys is in tablets. Since Apple’s first iPad in 2010, companies like Vtech, Leapfrog and others have introduced a succession of children’s computer tablets that are more sophisticated with every new release. Improvements in screen resolution, camera quality, storage capacity and additional software has meant that these devices are really educational in use, and are more popular than ever.
All tablet suppliers offer a huge choice of games and educational applications that can be used on their devices. Parents can ensure that only safe web browsing is allowed, and many can be programmed for limited periods of play. Specially designed rubberised corners and cases give the best protection possible against knocks and drops.
With more manufacturers entering this important new sector, consumers can expect to see new suppliers on a regular basis. Creating, learning and educating is what these sophisticated mini-computers are all about, and although parents may have to spend additional money on extra software, the important trade-off in their child’s early education can’t be rated too highly.
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