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VTech InnoTab Max Kids Tablet

VTech InnoTab Max Kids Tablet


VTech InnoTab Max Review The VTech InnoTab Max definitely looks kid-friendly,
but it also looks and feels cheap. The 7-inch touch screen is surrounded by a
white and blue or pink bezel. Buttons, all of which require too much pressure
to activate, line three sides. A home and back button sit to the top right.
Along the top edge, to the right of the swiveling 2-MP camera, are the home and volume buttons. A three-lined hamburger menu button, a question
mark and a directional pad sit on the left side of the display. The 7-inch, 1024 x 600-pixel display looked
fuzzy and flat when viewing content. The speaker quality that comes from the tiny
spot on the bottom left side of the back of the tablet is nothing to write home about. At full volume, “Love is an Open Door” from
Frozen couldn’t come close to filling our small conference room with sound.
Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana’s voices lacked all nuance, sounding far away and almost
muffled. Parents have a profile that includes name,
email, city and state. In that section you can set time limits on
how much your child can play with the tablet, and at what times of the day. But you can’t restrict by day of the week
or by type of content, which you can in Amazon’s Fire Kids tablet. You can prevent kids from deleting pictures
or video. T he InnoTab Max comes with seven games preloaded,
as well as a sample e-book, video and song, none of which were popular or well-known. Like many kid-friendly tablets, the VTech
InnoTab Max features an especially restricted web browser. The main home screen is a list of 20 curated
sites, 36 videos and 13 games, selected by VTech. Parents can add to this list and kids can
favorite sites they like. The preselected sites come from such wholesome
places as Animal Planet, NASA and National Geographic. The browser does not support Flash. Because the InnoTab Max is a closed system,
we were unable to run our Laptop Mag Battery Test. VTech claims it should last more than 6 hours
on a charge. That’s 3 hours less than the tablet average,
but on a par with the 6:42 minutes we recorded when testing the Fire Kids tablet. The tablet died after about 5 hours of solid
use on my part. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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