In this technology driven world, it’s no surprise that kids are able to learn how to use and operate computers, gadgets and accessories without getting into much trouble (or risking their safety). With the user friendly devices and gadgets within reach, even a 2 year old kid can surely learn how to play games and browse around computer gadgets and electronic accessories.
My kids are no exception to this user friendliness of latest gadgets and accessories. My eldest, a 5 year old hyperactive young girl, knows how to use my notebook or laptop very well. She knows how to charge it whenever that annoying battery indicator shows up, she knows how to open it up and shut it down properly. She even uses the built in web cam of it to take photos of her self and her younger brother.
My youngest, a 1 year and 5 months bouncing baby boy, knows how to use our tablet a bit well. He can adjust its volume, close any open application or even slide and swipe into its menu. Although he is not knowledgeable enough compared to his big sister, he knows how to play games and watch videos online using this gadget.
I occasionally use my laptop and the tablet for work related matters. I rely heavily on my desktop computer. But whenever I am out for some sort of work meetings, I bring the said two gadgets with me. Because of this, I am planning to buy my baby boy an affordable but quality tablet. I am thinking of getting a brand new Haipad A13 Anaconda tablet that offers the following specs.
7″ capacitive multi-touch screen
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
4GB ROM/512MB RAM
Dual Camera: 2MP rear and 0.3MP front
Up to 32GB MicroSD
Plastic with semi-gloss finish
Size – 23L x 17W x 7H
Weight (kg) – 0.38
Haipad is a Chinese-brand of mobile tablets that offers competitive functions at competitively low prices.
So whenever I am out, my baby boy can use the new table for entertainment purposes. On the other hand, my 5 year old girl can use my oldie-but-goodie desktop for her gaming purposes.