A little known company called Fuhu launched nabi 2 tablet in the UK, touting it as the first kids’ tablet specially designed to “deliver amazing experiences, dedicated to the positive transformation of children through education and entertainment.”
The device will be available in the United Kingdom and Ireland, starting October 22 at Argos, Tesco and Smyths Toys for a suggested retail price of 149.99 GBP (about $184), VAT included. As you can imagine, this colorful tablet comes preloaded with kid-friendly content, which includes over 120 GBP worth of applications, books and music; while boasting a food-grade silicone bumper that protects both tablet and children.
Specs wise, the nabi 2 rocks a 7-inch 1024×600 pixels screen, NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, front-facing camera, 8GB of built-in storage and an SD card slot. In addition, users are able to get even more space at the nabi Cloud service that provides 2GB of storage free with the option to upgrade to 50GB with a subscription…