The team at Vinci on Thursday revealed the 7-inch Vinci Tab II, the company’s second “learning tablet” for children.
The tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz Cortex A8 processor and is being offered with or without WiFi based on parental preferences.
The Vinci Tab II is build on the back of the Google Android platform but has been “heavily customized” to create a learning and fun experience for younger users.
While nothing to write home about the tablets display offers 800 x 480 pixels of resolution and it comes equipped with 8GB of storage with the ability to expand that storage using a microSD memory card slot.
Parents will be happy to learn that the tablet also comes preloaded with educational applications, storybooks and animated music videos. The tablet also offers more education apps and storybooks which can be purchased with parental permission. If you decide to purchase the non-WiFi version the apps can be loaded using the devices microUSB port.
While the original version of the Vinci Tab sold for $389 without WiFi the new Tab II can be grabbed with WiFi for just $249 and without WiFi for $199.
The tablet is child safety-certified and has recently begun to show up in Toys ‘R’ Us and Walmart. Vinci has also announced that the Tab II will be solder through Diapers.com in June.
Do you plan on buying your young child an Android powered tablet or have they already jumped on the iPad or Android tablet?