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Tabeo E2 8 Inch Kids Tablet - Blue

by Tabeo
15 customer reviews
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Brand NameTabeo
Color Blue
Rear Webcam Resolution 2 MP
  
Additional Information
ASINB00FAZ2GWK
Best Sellers Rank #28,334 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 20, 2013
  
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Congzilla on November 18, 2013
First off Tabeo is a Toys R Us name brand so you can get it cheaper directly from them, $129 yesterday. At that price this tablet has a lot of power and a lot of apps for the price. The wifi and parental controls setup was very simple and I was able to have my child up and playing in about 30 minutes. It took about 30 minutes because all of the included apps have to be installed. Once it was going my child spent the rest of the day using it to take pictures, listening to audio books and playing educational games.

Christmas came early and my son loves it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Melissa J. Newman on December 8, 2013
I bought this for my kids 8, 10, and 1 year old. In terms of hardware, it had the largest screen in the "kids" category -- 8" instead of the standard 7". All of the other specs were the same as the other tablets in this category we were looking at: 2mp camera, 8GB internal memory (expandable with SD card), Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

In terms of installation, the check boxes on the installation website are a pain to click. They are too small even for my petite fingers. Although, I had the screen in the portrait position, so it might be different in landscape. Once you create an account through the tablet, you can just log in through a regular computer to change the settings in the future. So that is annoying (not a deal breaker, although it felt like it during the installation).

There is one setting during setup that allows all searches to return Wikipedia as a "child safety feature". Basically, the tabeo is prepending "site:wikipedia.org" in front of all searches -- standard Google feature. The concept I agree with, but I would never put Wikipedia and Child safety into the same category. Tabeo should allow a user to set the "default" website. For example, I personally would pay the subscription for World Book or Brittanica and use that feature for one of those sites, because those sites have editorial staff and "questionable" topics return what one would expect from a middle school textbook. Wikipedia shows actual photographs, which I would not consider acceptable for children. But that is a software issue, not a hardware issue.

I have not fully tested the internet filtering. We setup "opendns", so we have basic protections throughout our whole Wifi at home.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Gibson on December 14, 2013
I bought this for my son for his 6th birthday. I was also looking at the nabi 2. I kept debating between the two. I finally decided on the tabeo. I based my decision on the price factor since they were basically the same in technology (well i'm not a techy, so don't base your opinion on mine) I wanted the buyer protection plan so it would have been $200 for the nabi v.s. $170 for the tabeo. My nephews have the nabi so I could compare more now then before I bought the Tabeo.

Tabeo:

Pros:
1. I like the setup of the apps. Makes it look like a adult tablet.
2. Good graphics and speed for a child's tablet.
3. My son seems very happy with the ability to find his way around it easy.
4. Parental controls.
5. lightweight design.
6. Durability
*I will add more if I find more I like about it. I hardly play on the tablet myself.

Cons:
1. Camera is awful. The nabi has a way better camera.
2. Freezing on some apps.
3. The tabeo store is limited. (I also downloaded the Amazon market)
4. I have had a few small issues with installing and some apps not working correctly. I reset the tablet and reinstalled. I haven't had the problem again so far.
5. When my child pulled off the protective case himself it made the tablet come apart. It was fixable, I'm sure its the way the get in to fix the tablet.

I think that's about it. We really do like the tablet. If I become dissatisfied I will post about it.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tim Mardis on December 26, 2013
I did my research for the best kids friendly tablet, and Tabeo was at the top of my list. On Christmas morning my boys opened their tablets and wanted to play with them, but I was made to register the parental control first before they could play.

I took the tablets into a quite place while they continued to play in an effort to register them without notice. While the registration process seemed easy enough this is were the drama began!

On both tablets simultaneously, I got to stage one of the process, and then to stage two, but I was unable to check the box on either tablet. So I shut the system down and tried again... but no luck. So I attempted this process four more times before attempting to contact Tabeo tech support. Guess what? Their 24/7 tech support line was busy, and busy and busy; why couldn't they at least leave a message stating the obvious --- we're experiencing server issues and we're working diligently to resolve the problem or something like that, but not just a busy signal (I am still receiving a busy signal the day after Christmas). So I tried their Chat Support, but no one would pick up and therefore I kept receiving a dialog box in which to leave message. I then emailed them and 24 hours later I've yet to receive a reply. And I am not at all sure why there are Chat Support Apps on the tablet when you can't chat until your Parental Control has been set up.

I tried for hours, 13 hours to be exact to register these tablets. And perhaps the most frustrating part was whenever I would get to step three and/or step four, I would be sent back to step one (very frustrating).

I am not sure who wrote the program for this worthless device, but if they should be FIRED immediately if not sooner.
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