The Korean tech giant was introduced back in August
Samsung has recently announced it was launching its kid friendly tablet, the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids in the US. Now the same device is making its way to old continent, in the UK.The tablet is already available to buy online, but customers will be able to grab it from brick and mortar locations across us like Toys 'R' Us, Argos, Dixons or the Samsung Experience Store starting November 8, reports Pocket-lint.
Samsung VP in UK, Simon Stanford made the official announcement.
“We’re seeing technology become ever more popular with children, and wanted to create a tablet that provides kids with interactive and educational content with the added benefit of giving parents control over their children’s tab use.”
“Parents played a huge part in the design process, and as a result the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids is a unique product that is both a fun and exciting piece of technology for kids to use and a device that parents can trust.”
The device features a 7-inch screen with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and draws power from 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM.
Samsung ships the kiddie slate pre-packed with a lot of fun games like Toca Train, Wipeout or Fruit Ninja and educational apps like Learn ABCs or Dolphin Reader. The Korean giant offers with the bundle a “C Pen” stylus to be used with drawing apps.
The kiddie slate arrives just in time for the kick start of the holiday shopping spree, but it will face a lot of competition from other newly launched tablets like Tesco’s Hudl, the Argos MyTablet or the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX.