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Nabi 3 tablet specs review, aka Elev8

When it comers to tablets for kids one of the best brands in the business is Fuhu, as the company seems to have got the perfect balance, which is why they are so popular with parents. The Nabi 2 made some much-needed improvements over the original model, and the Nabi 3 continues Fuhu’s vision of offering the best kids tablet.

The next-generation Nabi tablet goes by the name Elev8 and has one major difference to its features, and that is a larger 8-inch screen. You will be surprised at how much that extra inch helps because it enhances your experience further. If you are looking for bigger, then Fuhu does have a range of new larger models coming.

Nabi 3 tablet specs review — The new 8-inch display comes with a resolution of 1280 x 800 and sports an 8-megapixel camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel shooter up front. There is just 16GB of internal memory, although this can be upgraded.

Nabi 3 tablet specs review

Fuhu have yet to tell us what processor will be doing the donkeywork, although they do say it is significantly faster than the one used in its predecessor. The Nabi 3 does not come with Android like those of you new to this tablet brand would think, but rather the Blue Morpho OS.

This new version looks to have gone on a diet because it is slimmer than the current model, although this is not noticeable once placed inside a protective case.

Nabi 3 release date and price — Both of these are currently unknown, as all Fuhu did was teased details of the new tablet, and so the images you see above and below are from the current model.

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