The holiday season is just around the corner and that means you’ll need to start putting together the gifting list for your loved ones. Thanks to AT&T and Samsung, you now have the option to consider buying a nice kid friendly tablet for your little one this Christmas. Check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition, which is all set for a Nov 4th launch for a price tag of for $250.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition comes with an 8.7-inch display, a rugged and durable case, kid friendly educational and entertainment apps, security features and a long-lasting battery life.
Plus, if you are an AT&T customer, you get access to the Samsung Kids platform for free and can set it up easily right out of the box. Here are the tab’s best features.
Features of Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition
Samsung Kids App
The Samsung Kids app is designed to provide a safe environment for your child to explore and connect with the world.
The parental controls on the tablet let you set limits on your kid’s playtime. You also get access to specific contacts and apps and check the usage report to see what your child is doing. This helps you to make sure that they are accessing content that is appropriate for their age.
Display and Design
The Tab A7 is a compact device with an 8.7” touchscreen. It has a sturdy metal frame and comes with a rugged case that’s ensures long life and durability. The case itself is equipped with a kickstand that rotates 360 degrees. This ensures virtually any viewing angle for maximum entertainment. When not in use, you can fold the kickstand and use it as a handle for easy carrying.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Kids Edition is a thoughtful gift for your little one for many reasons. Your kids can enjoy the best in entertainment and education that is appropriate for their age. At the same time, you can restrict access to certain apps and limit Internet usage as you see fit.
You can pick up this kid friendly tablet through AT&T at $7/month with 36 monthly instalments.
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