The iPad is a tablet computer made and distributed by Apple, Inc. and runs on its own operating system. Operated by a multi-touch screen, it can take photographs, shoot videos, play music and even do online jobs like emailing and web browsing. First released in 2010, it is now used in many offices and workplaces where it said to have increased productivity among employees, improved revenues and reduced paperwork. Originally designed for adult use, it now finds itself among children in the form of the kids iPad. This iPad for children is an alternative to your own tablet that you don’t want used by your young kids for various reasons such as its being possibly tossed around and destroyed. If your child is between four and nine, some iPad alternatives can be given to him or her like the LeapPad tablet, Etch a Sketch Doodle Sketch iPad, the anaPad, or the VINCI tablet.
The LeapPad is among the most preferred in the kids iPad technology because it can run more than a hundred apps, including games and interactive books. In addition, it can serve as a learning tablet with a built-in camera that will make children learn how to take video and still shots.
Your child can draw, erase and draw again on this kid-proof Etch and Sketch Doodle Sketch iPad which is affordable and, in the event it gets lost, is replaceable. With the anaPad, your child’s analog learning and creativity will be promoted in a digital way.
The VINCI tablet, on the other hand, does not have a Wi-Fi radio but it features a 7-inch tempered glass cover as protection against accident. It is encased in a durable, soft-edge chassis as are other kids iPad models in light-board shatter-resistant case.