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"LINSAY 7"" Kids Funny Tablet Quad Core Bundle with Yellow Kids Defender Case 16GB"

Item# 210-15859604-AF | Model# 15859604 | Added on June 11, 2014 |
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"LINSAY 7"" Kids Funny Tablet Quad Core Bundle with Yellow Kids Defender Case 16GB"
$99.99
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Meet the LINSAY Kids Funny Tab which permits that its young users can have lots and lots of fun while learning at the same time. Plenty of interactive apps designed for easy learning and entertainment can be installed. More than a tablet, on this device you will find a tool that makes learning growing and finding out new things more easy. Playing and watching is super smooth thanks to its High Resolution 1024x600 HD screen. This device goes as fast as light speed thanks to being composed by the most high in demand specifications for kids. The great performance is powered by the fastest Quad core processor on earth, and 2GB RAM DDR3. This learning and interactive device comes equipped with Wi-Fi, Android 9.0 Pie and 16GB internal storage for plenty of storage for videos, pictures, Music, etc. Need more storage? You can add a up to 64GB SD card(sold separately) to this device to make expanding possibilities even further. With tons of fun features, your kids can watch their favorite movies and TV shows, or even snap photos and take videos with the Dual Cameras. This bundle includes a Yellow Kids 7 inch Defender Protective case which helps with keeping your unit protected against wear and tear in addition to guarding and dramatically decreasing the odds of the device being damaged after accidental drops. Gender: unisex.
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