InnoTab MAX – The Newest Generation of Kid’s Tablets



Sure your kids want an iPad, and some of us with the best intentions convinced ourselves that they would be responsible with such an expensive electronic “toy.” Some of us still have that expensive electronic toy sitting in the kitchen, completely non functional because said “responsible child” decided it was all dirty with fingerprints and needed to be cleaned with copious amounts of window cleaner. Yes, I want her to have the fun and educational experience of using a tablet, but I’d like to be able to pay my mortgage too.

Check out the newest entry into the children’s tablet market, the InnoTab MAX, brought to you by VTech, the same folks that gave us scores of other fabulous kid-tech. This latest edition boasts a 7 inch screen, an 8GB on board memory (expandable to up to 32GB with a micro SD card) and all the cool rotating camera, and video recording action you would expect to see on a wildly more expensive grown up tablet. Your kids can get their groove on with the integrated MP3 and video players, and they get to choose from well over 600 Learning Downloads, and, 200+ hand-picked educational Android apps.

Of course, your little ones only care about the educational aspect of a tablet type device, right? NO! But never fear, with the new InnoTab MAX, kids can send and receive text and voice messages, share photos, drawings and much more! They can also connect with family members using the new Family Bulletin features. Plus,  VTech Kid Connect allows your children to participate in family group chat, or in multi-player gaming.

So if you have a tech hungry kid (around 2-9 years old), who wants his own tablet, or simply one who won’t keep her greasy little fingers off yours, the InnoTab MAX might give your whole family exactly what they’re looking for, in a rugged, user friendly, Android based package that they won’t soon get bored with. Find out more at The new InnoTab MAX will be available this Fall, just in time for the holiday season.

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aremdvna Says: June 8, 2014 at 1:39 am

Hopefully they keep cartridge compatability.

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