The EE Robin Tablet Review
The EE’s Robin is a kids’ tablet enclosed in a jagged rubber bumper case to protect it from bumps and drops. This tablet has both the single and multiplayer motion games and it also 4G connected where kids can watch videos and use the internet to browse child-friendly websites such as Youtube kids. Also with the EE Robin, you can set the internet so that kids can go online and browse
The EE’s Robin tablet is able to download games and apps by means of the Google Play store with new apps necessitating approval from parents prior to their installation. Robin also has free access to Hopster, which is a playroom app for kids under six with learning games, and songs. Parental controls are easy to use and manage to keep kids away from content you don’t want them accessing. The parental controls are an absolute genius and really helpful, especially in families where you and your kids share tablets.
The EE’s Robin tablet has a quad-core processor, runs Android 5.1.1, 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory. This storage can be upgraded to 32GB by means of a MicroSD card. The EE’s Robin tablet boasts of a 7-inch display and incorporated camera. It is also pre-loaded with a lot of games for children and necessitated a shop where they can download new games suitable for their age.
Other Specifications include
- 0.3Mp front camera
- 1.1GHz quad-core processor
- 16GB internal storage (7.7GB usable)
- 2Mp main camera
- 7in, 1024×768 pixel LCD screen
- 802.11b/g/n,2.4GHz Wi-Fi
- Android 5.1.1
- Battery: 2820mAh
- microSD slot (up to 32GB)
- microSIM slot
The case of the EE Robin Tablet is also easily removable and the tablet underneath just looks like a regular tablet, not childlike at all. This is to say that you won’t have to worry about the tablet being outgrown by your children. The case is great, although it does attract fluff as the eagle-eyed may have spotted in my photos. You can wipe it off though and clean the case.
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