Toys R Us launches kid friendly tablet
Toys R Us is launching its own tablet computer aimed at children. It will be in stores in late October and will be called Tabeo.
Priced at just under $150, the Tabeo features a 7-inch screen, wi-fi connection and 50 pre-loaded kid-friendly apps.
It also has extra internet safety controls so parents can protect their children and it features a soft bumper to protect it if dropped.
The Tabeo runs on the latest version of Google's Android operating system known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
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