Oregon Scientific, Inc., a manufacturer of electronic products including radio-referenced clocks, home weather stations, public alert monitors, youth learning aids, and fitness devices announced earlier this year that they will bring Android tablet MEEP for kids soon. And finally 7 months later, the company has unveiled the long awaited tablet MEEP for kids. The tablet has 1GHz processor with 512MB of RAM. And the cost? Only $150. Get the details and features of this tablet inside.
Oregon Scientific’s MEEP is a kid-safe Android tablet that runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) powered by a 1GHz processor with 512MB of RAM. The tablet comes with a 7″ display with zForce touch-screen powered by Neonode® Multisensing™ Technology, a camera for stills and video, a charger, USB cable, Wi-Fi, HDMI and headphones jacks, a durable design and rugged silicone sleeve (bright orange colored) for an extra layer of protection, a quick start guide, internal and external storage (4GB) and extensive controls for parents to monitor and adjust remotely.
Features At A Glance
- Utilizes latest Android 4.0 platform
- 1.0GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512MB RAM
- 7” vivid touch screen with latest zForce© touch-screen technology responds quickly to any touch
- Screen dimensions: 800 pixels wide x 480 pixels high
- Stream content from tablet to television through HDMI (2160 pixels)
- 4 GB internal storage, plus SD card slot to install additional memory
- Built-in Wi-Fi© for instant internet access
- Built-in 0.3mpx camera for taking photos and videos
- G Sensor enabled
- Colorful and durable silicone sleeve provides a safe grip
- Product dimensions: 145 x 96 x 188mm
Check The Video demo below –
The price of this amazing tablet for kids is $149.99 and it’s currently available at all major national retailers including Toys “R” Us, Target, Best Buy, RadioShack, Kmart, Meijer, Boscov’s, BJ’s, Amazon.com, Wal-Mart.com, Kohls.com and QVC. Each accessories of this tablets are sold separately. For more information visit www.meeptablet.com.