Review of Camelio 2 7-inch tablet specs

By Daniel Chubb - Nov 16, 2014

Today, we review the Camelio 2 7-inch tablet specs to see how this kids portable computer compares to some of the other offerings, which aim to be the perfect gift for the 2014 holiday shopping season. The Camelio 2 7-inch Android tablet is designed to be unique to the user and that’s why kids can personalize the tablet with their own character and theme.

The customization includes both software and hardware, so up to 5 users can create unique profiles with their very own account on each tablet. The external redesign is made possible thanks to personality packs and these include just about every theme you can consider, so if Hello Kitty is your thing then there’s a Camelio Personalization Kit from Vivitar just for that.

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You can see the main Camelio 2 Android tablet features above for the hardware itself. If you also want a personality pack, then this will change the design with a bumper case, and internally it alters the photo editor, camera, lock screens, widgets, and adds custom wallpaper all within the chosen theme.

If you want to review the Camelio 2 7-inch tablet specs, then you can take a look at the full list below. These detail parental controls, 1024×600 touch screen resolution, built-in Wi-Fi, hard drive size that’s expandable with memory cards, and more.

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Those of you wanting to learn about the specs and features for other Camelio Android tablet models should head to this page. You will see the full line-up that explains how this tablet works, more information on personality packs, and an introduction video. In terms of price, you should expect to pay around $80 right now and see that price drop slightly during the sales at the end of November.

If you want to see how the Camelio 7-inch tablet compares to other options for kids, then you should see the Kurio Touch4S and the popular Nabi Jr.

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  • nikki

    Me and my husband got this for our son and it seems great. just can’t turn on the game turned on great the first time but now it won’t turn on. when i plug it in to charge it’s showing the battery at 100%. any help would be great.