Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets for Kids Come with Worry-Free Offerings

September 18, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Well, tablets focused primarily and exclusively on kids aren’t new. But when Amazon announced their new range of tablets that included slates designed for kids, they had much more in mind than the usual offerings.

It isn’t the specs, which definitely the toddlers would be least bothered of, that Amazon has focused on.

A replacement scheme offered by the maker makes the new kids’ tablets immensely charming devices.

A two-year replacement scheme is not a never-before offer, but the manufacturers have stressed the fact that whatever be the damage that befalls the devices, Amazon will have them replaced.

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Yes, you heard it right. And that’s exactly where Amazon deserves a round of applause.

Parental controls are not new among the tablets and haven’t been much of a worry of late. What concerns them is the durability.

The devices come with a half-inch bumper casing strapped along, but even that may not just prove to be the savior of these tablets from the devastating acts children get into.

Keep aside the warranty factor and the Kindle Fire Kid’s tablets still prove their worth. The tablets do come packed inside a durable rubber casing that comes in three colors – blue, pink and green.

A free one-year subscription to Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is also offered that would provide access to unlimited downloads of games, books and videos.

The Kindle Fire kids’ tablets pack under the hood quad core processing powers clocked at 1.5 GHz.

The tablets arrive in two models with screen size options of 6 inch and 7 inch, also offering storage options of up to 16 GB.

Amazon has started its pre-order for the Fire HD tablets. The 6-inch Fire HD 6 (tablet has been priced at $149 while the 7 inch Fire HD 7 tablet is being priced at $189.

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