Lenovo has been one of the most prominent names in the world of technology in recent times. The company has been rising up the ranks rather quickly and has been doing some exceptional work in the world of technology. Lenovo at the Mobile World Congress has released their latest Tab3 series of devices, the Lenovo Tab3 7 and Tab 3 8, which come in as their latest devices, a family and kid friendly offering.
The devices are both quite tough and feature a high endurance, and have been designed in a manner that kids don’t break it accidentally. The Lenovo Tab3 7 and 8, both feature parental controls, ensuring the kids get the best of what they should be getting. The devices both run on Android Marshmallow and are priced in at just $79 and $99.
The Lenovo Tab3 7 and Tab3 8 both utilize one major aspect of the Android Marshmallow OS – the ability to set up multiple accounts. Parents can easily set up the kid mode, which provides them with supervisory controls over the way the kids use the devices.
With the Parental Controls that come with the Lenovo Tab3 7 and Tab3 8, the parents can also control the features that their kids can use, including the websites where they can surf online, and the time for how long they can spend with the tablet. Parents can even take a look at past tablet activity for unauthorized excursions.
Both the devices come with waterproof coatings and toughened, durable glasses. Both the devices come with a battery life of 9 hours. The Lenovo Tab3 7 comes with a 7 inched screen and Tab3 8 with an 8 inched screen. The devices both feature a 2MP front camera and a 5MP back camera.
Considering the fact that kid friendly devices have not been quit safe off late, this is indeed a wise move from Lenovo to introduce a product specially made for kids and designed in a manner they can use it without any worries.