kurio-smartMonkey see, monkey do. How many parents out there can relate with the experience that your little ones would love to own your tablet, especially when you need to work on it and they pester you so that they can play some games instead? Well, why not get them a tablet of their own? Of course, an adult-centric device might not fare too well in the hands of children, which is why you should get something more durable and easier on your bank account – enter the Kurio Smart from KD Interactive that happens to be marketed as a child-friendly Windows tablet.


The Kurio Smart will arrive in a rather zany color scheme, but looks are not all that matters in life, is it? It will also come preloaded with the relevant software that its younger users will enjoy, where among them include the likes of games (a staple, of course), YouTube for Kids, and Kurio Motion 2 body-control games that claim to encourage motion while one games, in order to ensure that the entire experience is a whole lot more fun. And here I am thinking that you wish your kids would pipe down and be quiet with a tablet in their hands…

Oh yes, there will also be Microsoft Family Safety parental controls that are found on other Windows devices for additional safety. This 8.9” tablet can be connected to a keyboard base for increased productivity, and it doubles up as a protective cover when not in use. Other hardware specifications include a quad-core Intel Atom (Bay Trail-T) Z3735G processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot, a 2MP shooter at the back, a VGA camera in front, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, microHDMI, microUSB, and a 4900mAh battery. The asking price for this Windows 8.1 device is $199.99 a pop.

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