|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|Processor||1.1 GHz ARM dual-core CORTEX A9 OMAP 4|
|RAM||0.5 GB DIMM|
|Graphics Coprocessor||powervr sgx|
|Chipset Brand||Imagination Technologies|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 hours|
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NABI FUHUNABI-A 7-Inch 4 GB Tablet
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- Android 2.2 (Froyo)
- 0.5 GB DIMM
- 7-inch screen
- 5 hour battery life 802_11_BG wireless
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I love our Nabis and I am so confident in the product that I have talked several friends into buying them for their kids!
First, this is not a full featured android tablet. You DO NOT have full access to the android marketplace and many of the apps that our child loves playing on our smartphones (Zoodles for one) are not available and cannot be installed on this device.
Second (and even worse), on the front page of the kid's home page is the "App Store". This is the place where Nabi tries to sell additional apps to you and your kids. Although your kids cannot make purchases without knowing your password, you also CANNOT remove this link from the page, meaning your child will be constantly encouraged to browse for more items they want you to purchase for them.
I wish I could come up with some pros, beyond the fact that I like the "idea" of creating a kid centric tablet. However, the construction didn't seem any better than any other 7" tablet and the lack of versatility was far too much of a drawback. Ultimately we purchased a basic 7" android tablet and created our own kid centric tablet by downloading the apps we wanted and then removing the items we didn't want. It was easy to temporarily remove the "marketplace" link so our child wasn't able to go shopping and wasn't tempted by constantly being asked to shop for more games, yet we can add things whenever we want.
It is a good idea, but it is not worth the money and the designers seemed far more interested in encouraging you to buy more items from their store than truly providing a kid friendly tablet.
This update is delayed. I opted to upgrade to the Nabi2 though Nabi's VIP program a while back. I sent my original Nabi back to the manufacturing and the sent me the Nabi 2. Although overall I like the concept of the Nabi 1 and it worked for us, it did have some hardware and software issues, that could be frustrating at times. The Nabi 2 is much more stable. My daughter has had her Nabi 2 for over two years now and it's still going strong. Would still recommend the Nabi.
The Nabi is very user friendly. I may be partial as I own an android phone.
My daughter is 4 and has the Leapster and Fisher Price IXL which she loves but this will bring many more hours of fun and education. I am so glad I do not have to purchase expensive cartridges or disks to download!!
I can't imagine buying more apps for the Nabi for a long time as sooo much is included.
regarding some of the reviews: the on/off and volume button: I did not have to remove the gel cover to use these. Touch screen very responsive.
Hope this helps!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the Nabi! Customer service sucks!!!!! I have been on hold for 3 hours waiting for a representative!!!! Needless to say I am not happy!!!!!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I purchased my 6 year old a Nabi 2 after his iPad broke and regret it. For a little more money, I should have bought him another iPad. Read morePublished on May 1, 2014 by Lisa L Bickel
There are much better options available for kids today. This thing is horrible and forces you to buy in app products to do anything. Not worth the money at all! Read morePublished on March 24, 2014 by D.T.
We got this 2 years ago for our daughter. It is easy for her to use and she loves being able to read her books and watch movies on it. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by Kelly Burfiend
I bought our Nabi for my 2year old son, now 3yrs old...I gave it 1 year to try and have him like it as much as he likes the IPad. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by Jack Beciri
Purchased for father/son two years ago and surpassed all expectation. Well worth the price with all preloaded stuff for kids and control of nabi-mode. Full android 4. Read morePublished on February 9, 2014 by Nathan Mackenzie