Having looked at various budget tablets, it is worth noting that these are not really made with children in mind and so parents would be far better looking around for tablets for children as a Christmas gift. One of the more popular models has to be the Polaroid 7-inch kids tablet, which we recently discussed, and so we thought you might like to see what the reviews say about this popular 7-inch device.
We understand that we should not expect a lot in terms of specs for the Polaroid 7-inch kids tablet, which this review roundup picks up on, but we know these tablets are not all about the specs but rather their child inspired features and robust design.
PCMag has rated the Polaroid kids tablet 3 out of 5, which is above average. They loved the child-friendly apps and the easy to navigate parental controls, although the best feature for them was its rugged design. However, they were not impressed with the poor screen quality, slow performance and terrible battery life. It is clear they class this as a basic child’s tablet and believe spending a little extra would be a better option.
One of the best ways to gain an insight into how good the Polaroid 7-inch Internet kids tablet is would be to see what owners think, and while we don’t want to force you to go to a certain store, we can’t help point you towards Toys R Us. This is because they have 21 consumer reviews of the tablet from those who own one.
There is a general consensus that the Polaroid 7″ Internet Kids Tablet with Android 4.0 is a good buy and has an overall review score of 4 out of 5, which we take more seriously than the previous review.
Most owners agree that allowing a child to use this tablet fills them with ease because they know they cannot be subjected to unsuitable content that is available on a standard tablet.
There might be loads of things for your child to do on this tablet, but we are concerned about the lack of access to the Google Play Store.
Read all of the consumer reviews here, or maybe look below for a video review of the Polaroid 7-inch kids tablet. If this tablet does not convince you, then maybe you should consider the Nabi 2 instead?