Kurio Xtreme 2 Android 5.0 Kids Tablet review delight

By Peter Chubb - Nov 14, 2016

It’s funny isn’t it that you can have a huge selection of toys for your child, but if you are sitting there on your smartphone or tablet, they instantly come over and try to take it from you. We guess we cannot really blame them seeing as though adults are spending more time on these devices, and so become less attached to their children, and so kids see this and either crave your attention, or are inquisitive as to what’s so interesting – and in many cases it is the latter.

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This is where things get a little tough because while some parents feel they do not want their children to use such products at a young age, there is also the fact they are great learning devices, and so they have to adapt their parenting skills to move with the times, and so it becomes an inevitable fact that you will have to get your child a tablet – but choosing the model is a tough task.

However, Toys R Us has you covered there because they have the Kurio Xtreme 2 Android 5.0 Kids Tablet with either a blue or pink bumper to save it from bumps and scrapes – well it will be a child using it after all.

Ok, so this is no Samsung or iPad, but the Kurio Xtreme 2 7-inch Kids Android tablet still offers your child access to a great deal of content – albeit at a slower speed than rival devices. It comes packed with informative games allowing your child to learn, while also having fun at the same time.

Looking over the specs, we know this tablet will not win any speed awards, but the reviews are positive, which you can see on the Toys R U website for either the blue or pink bumper versions.

What we would like to know is, if you do read a positive Kurio Xtreme 2 tablet review, are you more likely to purchase it, or does it always come down to price for you, especially if it was to soon fall below $50?

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