Hong Kong electronics company VTech produces a decent range of educational tablets for kids and its about to launch a new third-generation VTech InnoTab 3 toddler tablet to tempt techie three-year-olds and up.
It runs off four AA-sized batteries and features a 4.3-inch colour touchscreen panel along with two styluses (in case one gets lost we presume). At the top, there’s a 2MP image sensor capable of rotating through 180-degrees and capturing video although VTech does say much about its specs.
There’s also no details on the processor, not that you’d expect quad-core performance, but it does come with 2GB of RAM and a MicroSD card slot you can use to add up to 32GB of storage per card. Other hardware includes built-in microphone and MP3 audio playback.
It comes bundled with 16 different apps including Art Studio and a number of games. There’s also a clock, calculator and a friends list for that next birthday party, plus there’s a bunch of interactive games and apps based on Disney movies and characters. You can also add in a built-in e-reader and story dictionary.
The VTech InnoTab 3 hasn’t gone on sale yet but it’s available from $70 on pre-order from the VTech store website. VTech sells two other toddler tablets – the InnoTab 2 and 2S. The 2S features Wi-Fi and sells at $90 but the original InnoTab 2 also sells at $70 without. Interestingly, there’s no mention of Wi-Fi on the $70 InnoTab 3.
Check out the demo video after the jump.
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