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Nearly identical to the original Xoom, the Xoom Family Edition offers a few features that Motorola hopes will make it an ideal choice for parents and their kids. In addition to $40 worth of built-in kids apps, Motorola has furnished the device with parental locking features, which prevent kids from getting into content they shouldn't. While the the Xoom's 10-inch screen isn't ideal for smaller hands, the Xoom Family Edition is a tablet both kids and their parents can find use in.
Encased in a durable, soft-edged chassis, and featuring a tempered glass screen cover, the Vinci is clearly built with accident-prone kids in mind. Made especially for toddlers and preschoolers, the Vinci tablet is built without Wi-Fi, an intentional decision done to save parents the concern over whether the device is emitting potentially harmful signals.
No list of kid-friendly tablets would be complete without the iPad, which has firmly established itself as the go-to tablet for most tablet consumers, let alone children. With countless games, learning apps, and kid's books, the iPad may not be the cheapest item on this list, but it's certainly the most popular.