Top 5 tablet options for kids: Realme Pad Mini Blue to Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite, check them out

    Want a tablet for your kid? From Realme Pad Mini Blue, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite to Panasonic Tab 8 HD- here are top 5 tablet options.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Jun 23 2022, 02:12 PM IST
    Check top 5 tablets for kids here. Realme Pad Mini Blue, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite and more.
    Check top 5 tablets for kids here. Realme Pad Mini Blue, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite and more. (Realme/Samsung)
    Check top 5 tablets for kids here. Realme Pad Mini Blue, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite and more.
    Check top 5 tablets for kids here. Realme Pad Mini Blue, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite and more. (Realme/Samsung)

    The world has gone online and so have schools. Tablets have never played a more important role. The best tablets keep your kids entertained, engaged and educated - and can prove to be a great help in many ways to keep them engaged in scholarly pursuits. They can utilize tablets to prepare notes, research materials, read notes and watch videos. If you have a kid at home, you can trust some of these tablets that will help them ace their online studies and also keep them entertained. So, if you are looking for a tablet for your child, then here are top 5 options.

    1. Realme Pad Mini Blue (WIFI 3GB+32GB)- Price: Rs. 10,999

    Realme Pad Mini Blue comes with a long battery duration and is an easy to hold and operate tablet. One can watch endless learning videos, documentaries, mess around, learn on the web with realme Pad mini. This tablet is equipped with a long-lasting 6400 mAh battery and an 18W Quick charging capability feature. Moreover, it comes with a stunning 22.09 cm (8.7) LCD screen, Wi-Fi and LTE connection, an 8 MP wide-angle rear camera and 5 front MP lens. Also Read: Realme Pad Mini Review: Surprisingly good for its price

    2. Lenovo tab M10 FHD PLUS- Price: Rs. 13,999

    If you are searching for a reasonable tablet for your child with a pointer pen then you can opt for the Lenovo Tab M10 second Gen. The tablet has a 10.3-inch Full HD+ display, and it runs on Android 9 Pie and comes with Lenovo Active Pen 2. It is controlled by the MediaTek Helio P22T processor combined with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. For extra space kids can extend the capacity up to 1TB through a microSD card and have more storage for their documents. There's a 8 megapixel essential camera and a 5-megapixel auxiliary camera on the Lenovo Tab M10.

    3. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite- Price: Rs. 10,999

    Kids can enjoy multitasking on Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 lite's 22.05cm (8.7") display. A gesture-based menu allows kids to do things like go Back, see recent apps, and return to the Home menu all with a swipe of the thumb . With dozens of functions, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite comes with 32GB storage built in for all the hi-resolution videos, notes, documents, and files. Kids can then expand it with a microSD card for even more storage — up to 1TB. Also Read: iPhone 14 battery capacity LEAKED! Surprisingly, iPhone 14 Max to get biggest battery

    4. Panasonic Tab 8 HD- Price: Rs. 9,499

    The Panasonic Tab 8 HD has an 8-inch display giving it a compact form factor. The display has a 1280x800 pixel resolution and the tablet also comes with an 8MP rear camera along with a 5MP front camera. It has 32GB built-in storage expandable by an additional 256GB via a microSD card. The device also comes with a 5100mAh battery and runs on Android 9.

    5. Acer one 10 tab- Price: Rs. 13,690

    The Acer One 10 is a handy tablet that comes with a clean and simple design. Powered by a powerful quad-core processor and a 4GB of RAM, the tablet is equipped with an 8 MP primary camera and 5 MP front shooter. To further enhance children’s experience, the gadget has a 10.1-inch (25.65-centimeter) touchscreen and runs the Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system.

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    First Published Date: 23 Jun, 02:12 PM IST
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