When we were kids a gift was popcorn and a tablet was the big ugly thing you took when you were sick. Kids now days seem to have so much in terms of choice, which becomes a source of headache for the parents. I mean what do we get our kids?
At gizmotakeout.com, our most popular category has been the Children’s Tablet section. We have a huge selection of tablets for parents to try out for their kids. There is a new entrant the Nabi Jr. This is targeted at younger kids.
This is slated for a mid-December 2012 release. The specs are below
5-inch form factor
Dual-core Nvidia Tegra processor
Wings Adaptive Learning System, covering common core curriculum for students from Pre-K through sixth grade.
We will have this available in mid-December 2012 for all parents to try out to see if it works for their kids. As always there will be a special introductory price at http://www.gizmotakeout.com
It’s wrong to say that we are gadget lovers, we are actually gadget fanatics. And all gadget fanatics love the concept of a Wireless Spy TANK….. That’s right a tank.
Introducing the Rover 2.0. At first glance this seems right out of a James Bond movie. This 10 inch tank on wheels is controlled by your compatible Android or iPhone or Ipad device (you need to download a free app from the App store). You navigate with on-screen controls or “steer” using your control device’s accelerometer which is a lot of fun.
The Rover generates it’s on Wi-Fi signal and does not need your home network. The stated wireless range is up to 200 ft. unobstructed, and 100 ft. around walls and into other rooms, meaning you can drive this thing far away from you by looking at the images on your tablet or phone. How cool is that?
As if that is not enough, you can see in the dark using the Rovers night vision, stream and record videos and photographs and post to Facebook, YouTube or twitter right from the device. The fun doesn’t end there, there are headlights and two-way audio meaning you can drive this thing to the kitchen and ask “mommy” for snacks.
The potential is limitless here and it is just so much fun. This will make a very cool holiday or vacation gadget for everyone to try out. Please sound off in the comments section about your cool Rover stories. We have this at http://www.gizmotakeout.com for a special introductory price of 29.99 $ for a week.
Happy Holidays all!!!
Drive it with your iPad®, iPhone® or iPod touch® device, or with Android™ smart phones and tablets
See in the dark using Rover’s built-in night vision
Stream and record live video and stills
Upload videos and stills to Facebook, YouTube and Twitter right from the App
Control the angle of the video camera remotely
Its wide-angle lens captures more of its surroundings
Listen to sound from Rover’s travels and transmit your own audio back through Rover’s built-in speaker.
Navigate with on-screen controls or “steer” using your control device’s accelerometer
Built-in headlights can be controlled remotely
Wireless range up to 200 ft. unobstructed, 100 ft. around walls and into other rooms
Free App from the iTunes® App Store and Google Play
Warning: Choking hazard due to small parts. For ages 14 years old and up with adult supervision.
The holiday shopping season is upon us. Guess what the folks at Google decided to gift us; you got it the Nexus 10 tablet. This is another Google foray into hardware design and follows the general trend of software companies believing that they can make better hardware than dedicated OEM’s.
So what’s special here, lots actually
Google called out Apple with the screen here, a dazzling 2560×1600 display is the highlite. For everyone with an older tablet this screen is worth checking out.
It is 8.9 mm thick weighing 603 grams
This tablet has speed in mind with a dual-core ARM Cortex A15 processor and advanced MIMO WiFi, giving you claimed web browsing speeds up to 4x faster than normal WiFi.
The tablet has separate homescreen, apps, email, photos and storage for everyone with different profiles
Nexus 10 lets you video chat with up to nine friends at once with Google+ Hangouts.
This one is for Google fanatics with the latest version of Android and comes with Google apps like Gmail, Google Maps, Google+, YouTube and Chrome.
Google Now, this is an interesting feature that tells you today’s weather before you start your day, upcoming concerts for your favorite artists, flight and hotel reservations, your favorite team’s score while they’re playing, and more automatically.
If you already own a tablet and want to see what the latest and greatest is out there, you owe it to yourself to try out the brand new Nexus 10 at www.gizmotakeout.com. Our special introductory of 29.99$ is there as always for our gadget lovers. Enjoy
Well we got the name correct in our original blog. The leaks were actually accurate, i.e. Apple may not be as good as before at keeping secrets.
So the cat is out of the bag, actually is the daddy cat now. It has put all 7 inch tablets on notice. The specs are outstanding, the apps are comprehensive and the price is slightly higher as would be expected from a premium product.
So do you go and get this at launch? NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT. There are many contestants in the 7 inch space. So we recommend trying this one out first and seeing if you really need this. We will have this at launch at www.gizmotakeout.com for trial for a limited time introductory cost of 39.99$. Try it out and enjoy.
1,024 x 768 display.
All apps will carry across without any resizing.
7.2mm thick, .68 pounds with the same anodized edges as you’ll find on the iPhone 5.
A brisk A5 CPU.
10 hours of use despite the constrained space for a battery. Pre-orders for the $329,
16GB WiFi-only model
We will be available on November 6th 2012, depending on availability.