It’s always nice when companies collaborate with each other and come out with something cool. LEGO and Samsung have done just that. With The LEGO Ninjago Movie coming out soon, why not give kids more fun with technology where you can swap out Ninjago characters while learning S.T.E.M or Common Core curriculum?
With the ability to add or remove your favorite characters from Ninjago, the Samsung Tab E can be protected from some drops with a soft Ninjago case. Kids can learn from applications such as DreamWorks Animation, National Geographic, Sesame Street, and more. Samsung will offer you three free months if you subscribe to Samsung Kids. If you’re worried about children being on the tablet for too long, you can set time limits while also being able to check their progress on a dashboard showing which apps were played that day, a weekly learning chart, and play time for the week.
As far as specs go, they aren’t the greatest, but for kids, they don’t necessarily need anything top of the line. The screen size is 7 inches with a 1024 x 600 resolution, and the tablet is equipped with a Quad Core 1.3GHz processor, 8GB internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB with an SD card. Battery life will get you up to 8 hours thanks to the 3,600mAh Li-ion battery. The rear camera is 2MP and while it may not be the best out there, for your kids it’ll be more than enough for them to take silly photos of pets or of their parents.
LEGO and Samsung did a nice job with the collab on making a tablet for the younglings just in time for The LEGO Ninjago Movie. It’ll keep kids entertained while learning at the same time. What do you guys think about this kid-friendly tablet from LEGO and Samsung? Drop your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.[button link=”http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/tablets/all-other-tablets/galaxy-kids-tablet-7-0—the-lego–ninjago–movie-edition-sm-t113ndwnccc/” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Source: Samsung[/button]
Last Updated on September 20, 2017.