With the introduction of the LG Kids Pad, it’s clear that LG are keen to address the needs of tiny tablet users and grab a slice of the market – but not at a very small price.
Name: DY 7' Kids Pad
Operation System: Android 4.2.2 &DY KID system
Language: Support Multi-language
Frequency: 1.5 GHz
SDRAM: 512MB DDR3
Flash Drive: 8 GB NAND FLASH
CAMERA: 0.3M pixels camera on back side
Microphone: -58dB Omnidirectional microphone
G-SENSOR: 3 Triaxial G-Sensor
Storage extension: Up to 32GB MicroSD(TF) Card
Battery: 3000mAH Lithium Battery
Power Adapter: DC-in 5V/1.5A
Earlier this year the Archos Child Pad came onto the market for a fairly affordable $170 (approximately), offering an android interface tailored to the kids market with a kids app store, games and learning tools. LG, however have entered the market at a slightly higher level requiring parents to dig deeper and fork out almost twice as much ($276) for their LG Kids Pad which hits stores in South Korea tomorrow.
This app works great for my kids. The wrist guard is a nice feature as well. Plenty of colored pencils, paper types, etc.
Another review asserts that Kids Writing Pad has a slow response time, but that has not been my experience, on either my wife's iPad 2, my iPad 3, or my son's first generation iPad. It responds instantaneously on all 3 devices.