Children friendly ChildPad from Archos

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Children friendly ChildPad from Archos


No matter how many sophisticated tablets had landed in the market. None has done a thing like Archos did as it is dashing to the market with its new kid friendly child pad. The Archos Child Pad remains divine only in its name and not in its specifications as it is based on ice cream sandwich operating system or Android version 4 displayed on a 7 inch screen.

The child pad is marketed keeping in view of children as it is designed to be user friendly and light weight and is compact. The key features and specifications of the child pad are as listed below.

Key specifications and features of Archos ChildPad

  • Attractive 7 inch LCD screen

  • Operates on Android 4 or ice cream sandwich operating system

  • Powered by an 1GHz processor

  • Smooth running supported by an 1 GB RAM

  • Pre installed with interesting apps and games

  • Equipped with access to colourful version of app store
Archos ChildPad exclusively comes for the young buds with an attractive 7 inch LCD screen surrounded by a plastic bezel to protect it from shock. Ice cream sandwich has been modified to a colourful kid friendly skin and is also enabled with strong parental control which is a major highlight of the child friendly ChildPad.

As for the kids, nothing is complete without having fun. Archos has laid special emphasis on including pre installed games. One of them is the popular game Angry birds, which got recognition through android devices. While it includes some pre installed games, it is also enabled with AppLibs kids App store. This gives unlimited access to a hundreds of games and applications.

The device comes powered with 1 GHz processor which makes it well equipped along with the cute look. The fast operation is further aided by a RAM of 1 GB which makes it swift in character.

The Archos ChildPad is expected to be available in the end of this month and is priced at about Rs 6,500/-.

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