Should kids have their own tablets? That’s definitely a debate worth having but if you do prefer empowering your kids with technology then protecting them from content that is not appropriate should be the first thing on your mind. That’s what HCL has in mind with their ME Champ tablet that includes a parent-controlled infotainment gadget.
Commenting on the launch, Mr.
"The idea of developing the unique Kids tablet took shape based on the idea of change – to fulfill and enable a child to achieve his or her full potential. More familiarity with technology is inevitable as tablets are increasingly becoming an enabler for the growing child with the arrival of 'smart' classrooms and 'smart' teaching methods in schools across the globe. With this in mind, ME Champ will enable children with more educational content along with standard entertainment — but the entire activities on the tablet can be controlled by their parents by restricting access to illegal and unwanted websites, thus ensuring peace of mind for the parent."
ME Champ's intuitive interface gives free access to a variety of children content including –
• Free Access to more than 500 apps for categories such as Games, Books and Education
• Free Access to first few
• Free navigation and access to all videos under the TV menu.
The child can also play music and videos, and view photos on the ME Champ.
Parents can supervise the usage of the ME Champ through an in-built 'Parental Control' mechanism — Application Manage to selectively allow apps usage, Online Navigation for limited access to websites, Password Protection, live usage statistics enabling complete control, and time management.
The ME Champ Kids Tablet features Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system and a multi-touch capacitive screen; Wi-Fi Connectivity; Back and Front camera and Full HD Playback. The tablet also features 1 GB RAM memory and 8 GB Internal storage capacity, which can be expanded to 32 GB.
The child-and-parent friendly tablet gives the users separate options to enter as a kid or as a parent. The tablet also has a child friendly user interface that is easy to navigate. The product is showcased at the retail outlets in a unique and new customized packaging for kids. The new ME Champ will be available at all leading retailers across
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