The holiday season is about to end and I’m sure a lot of parents are scrambling to find the best gift for kids. If you have a young toddler, is it wise to give your kids their own tablet? As a parent with a young toddler, I don’t want to shield my daughter to the use of technology but I don’t want to give her full access to tablets either. Use of gadgets should be moderated especially for young toddlers. As parents, it is our responsibility to find a balance on their technology use and physical activity.
Now, if you want to know which learning tablet to give your child access to, the following are some of the best tablets for young toddlers in the industry in terms of quality and curated content.
Tablets for Young Toddlers Comparison Table
|Parameters||InnoTab 3S Plus||LeapPad3||nabi Jr|
|Price & Image|
|Display||5-inch, Capacitive Screen||5-inch|
Capacitive Screen, 480x272 Resolution
|5-inch, Capacitive Screen,
800 x 480 Resolution
|Processor||ARM 11 processor with 360MHz||LeapFrog LF3000 processor with a 1.0GHz processor speed||NVIDIA® Tegra® 2 Cortex-A9 Dual-Core Processor|
|Operating System||Linux||LeapFrod Proprietary System||Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich|
|Internal Storage||4 GB||4 GB||4GB nabi Jr
16 GB nabi Jr nick Jr Edition
|Expandable Storage||Expandable to 32 GB via Micro SD||None||Expandable to 32 GB via Micro SD|
|Camera||2MP Rotating Camera||2MP Front and Back||2MP Rotating Camera|
|Warranty||One (1) Year Limited Warranty||One (1) Year Limited Warranty||One (1) Year Limited Warranty|
The learning tablets above are more of learning toys than real tablets and young toddlers do not mind the technical specifications. For parents, the more important consideration is the content. Read the reviews from parents on each tablets so that you will have an idea which one meets your criteria.