Huawei presents the Huawei MediaPad T3 7 Kids. This is a 7-inch tablet with a basic specification. Is it worth buying it as a baby tablet?
Recently I wrote to you about the tablet for Samsung children, which was created as a result of cooperation with the LEGO company. Huawei does not intend to be any worse and presents a special edition of Huawei MediaPad T3 designed for slightly younger users. What do you know about this device?
Huawei MediaPad T3 7 Kids
My opinion about the tablets in the hands of the youngest have already met you in the post about Samsung LEGO Ninjago and rather can not call it favorable. But business is business and my voice does not mean anything, and there is another device on the market, and just like with Danish-Korean co-operation, this is just a slightly modified version of the tablet we already know. Recall what Huawei MediaPad T3 is. It's a low-budget design for users who are just beginning their tablet adventure, or are not demanding. Write out, paint the youngest. Again, I will repeat that there are better ways to spend a few hundred dollars on giving your child entertainment, but let's get to the point. The processor is the basic unit of MediaTek – model MT8127. It is supported by 1 or 2 GB of RAM, depending on the variant. Of course, the screen is 7 inches and the resolution is 1024 by 600 pixels, so little, even for such small hardware.
Huawei baby tablet
We already know a bit about the specs, but what will be the edutainment for children? It will have an extra child mode that simplifies the interface to a minimum, leaving only features like games, books or cartoons. According to Huawei, the tablet has a great impact on the development of children by playing in a way known to us from wooden blocks for the little ones.The big plus is an extended parental control mode that gives you full control over what your tablet does and how much time it spends. We can set specific time limits for using the device yourself. The added value is also a rubberized case that will keep your tablet from spinning when you first meet the floor.
Is it worth buying the Huawei MediaPad T3 Kids for your baby?
In my opinion, this is a much more interesting offer than what the Koranists showed in the Samsung LEGO Ninjago. The specification is slightly better, and the separate mode for children and parental control testify to the greater attention Huawei attaches to the functions that are conducive to the development of the toddler. Although I am still skeptical about the tablet for children, I find this a far better choice. Which does not mean that good. Source: Huawei