Supermarket Chain Aldi Releases A Sub-$100 Kids 7-inch Tablet

/ 4 years ago


It seems just about everyone and their dog makes a tablet these days and the latest to join in the tablet craze is UK budget supermarket chain ALDI. Following the lead of Tesco ALDI already announced its first tablet a while back but now it is targeting the “kids” market segment with its latest release. A 7 inch tablet with a colourful rubberised case should be enough to make most kids interested, and the price point of $99/€72 should appeal to most parents. The budget price point is helped by the budget specifications: a 1024 x 600 display, 1.5GHz dual core and 4GB of storage with optional microSD expansion. More importantly for parents the tablet will come pre-bundled with child-safe software. The most interesting point to note is that the tablet ships with the latest version of Android, 4.4 Kit Kat, out of the box. The OEM producer is not specified but is expected to be either Bauhn or Medion.

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Source: Softpedia

Image courtesy of ALDI

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One Response to “Supermarket Chain Aldi Releases A Sub-$100 Kids 7-inch Tablet”
  1. Wayne says:

    What’s wrong with kids playing cops and robbers or hide and seek outside or with toy cars and dolls nowadays? Has it gone out of fashion?

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