Oregon Scientific Meep! tablet announced for kids

Oregon Scientific Meep Tablet 1

The Oregon Scientific Meep! tablet was seen showing off to attendees at the ongoing TIA Toy Fair. This rugged slab has been designed for kids who often play it smart by utilizing technology that is available at their disposal. The young tech-savvy generation will be able to view movies, access apps, read e-books, listen to music and do a lot more on this Wi-Fi enabled offering.

Running on the Android OS, the tablet PC dons a color touchscreen spanning across 7 inches. It flaunts a rugged design which has been integrated with a rubber silicon sleeve for added security against thuds and drops. The specs have not been clearly detailed so the onboard storage capacity remains a mystery much like the precise OS running on the device. However, we do know that the slab comes embedded with a microSD card slot to expand the external storage.

Oregon Scientific Meep Tablet 2

Arriving for ages 6 and up, this offering is integrated with a G-Sensor to proffer comfortable viewing from any angle. A slate for kids would be incomplete without parental controls, and the Meep! does take care of that very factor. It flaunts onboard intuitive options which can be adjusted to control the content and websites being viewed by children. In this manner, parents can keep a tab on the type of content accessed by kids.

There is no word on the Oregon Scientific Meep! tablet release date and price as of now. The slab is expected to arrive with certain additional accessories to be sold separately. These will also include musical instruments, facilitating kids to unleash their creativity while on the go.

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