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Toys R Us launches Tabeo ‘kid-friendly’ Android tablet

Toys R Us has launched the Tabeo, a “kid-friendly” Android tablet that comes with over 50 preloaded apps.

For a kid’s toy, the Tabeo has sufficient specifications to run just about any kiddie games/apps you can throw at it.  It boasts a 1GHz Cortex A8, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD), and is driven by Android 4.0 ICS.  The 800×480 TFT 7-inch screen is a nice touch, considering my first Game Boy was a 2-bit device that had a 2.6-inch screen. 

Some of the apps/games that come preloaded on the Tabeo include Cut the Rope, Fruit Ninja (no blood), Temple Run, Angry Birds, Collapse, and a few educational apps such as Kids Numbers and Math.

Extra features include a micro-HDMI out, and a front facing camera.  The standard Wi-Fi connectivity is present, and Toys R Us claims that the Tabeo can keep Barney on the screen for 7 hours.

The going price for the Tabeo is $149.99, and accessories for the device range from $5.99 to $39.99.  Toys R Us says that the “Tabeo can be used by the whole family, no matter their age.”  Even so, the device doesn’t look like it’s slobber proof, hence, kids/babies that have a tendency to put things in their mouths should be kept away from the Tabeo.

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