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Nabi Jr. 5-inch tablet specs and hands-on review

If you were considering getting a Nabi 2 tablet but feel as though you are unable to stretch your budget that far, then you could consider the Nabi Jr. 5-inch tablet instead. We know that you don’t get to enjoy all the features as the larger version, but at least you still get to see how well these products are like when compared to other tablets for kids.

The Nabi Jr. is a 5-inch tablet for kids and so feels like a mix between a smartphone and tablet, albeit designed for children in mind, which is evident when you look at its design and also those specs, which we’ll get onto in a bit.

We know many of you will be looking around for Nabi Jr. reviews to see just what this tablet gives you for your money, and so we thought you might find the Nabi Jr. hands-on review of interest below.

Nabi Jr. 5-inch tablet specs

In the video you get to see what this latest version of the Nabi Jr. performs like and details an unboxing and a demonstration of its features.

The Nabi Jr. specs include a 5-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 480, NVIDIA Tegra 2 Cortex-A9 Dual-Core processor, 4GB of storage, 521MB of RAM, 2MP rotating camera, 720p video, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.

As for the Nabi Jr. price, we can already see that some retailers are taking advantage of the holiday shopping season, as so we advise you to do some research first because prices change all the time.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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