KD Interactive has launched several kid-friendly Android tablets over the years, and the latest iteration of the vendor's efforts in this segment, the Kurio Xtreme 2, is touted as its most durable yet. The $129 tablet features modest specifications, with the major highlight being Android 5.0.
The Kurio Xtreme 2 has a bumper surrounding the sides that provides a decent level of protection against tumbles and falls. The built-in kickstand makes the tablet ideal for media consumption. The vendor's bundling 18 Kurio Motion 2.0 games, which involve basic motion tracking aimed at getting kids up and moving.
Content is readily available for streaming from Spotify, YouTube Kids, Toon Goggles and Netflix, Skype, and there's access to a kid-friendly version of email as well. Parents will be able to set time-based restrictions and filter access to websites, and there's a built-in Kurio Guard filtering system that automatically blocks inappropriate content.
Specs include a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display with five-point touch, quad-core MediaTek MTK8127 SoC, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory, microSD slot, 2.1MP camera at the back, 0.3MP front camera, 2,820mAh battery and micro-HDMI, which allows you to connect the tablet to a TV.
The Kurio Xtreme 2 is now available for purchase from Toys "R" Us.