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November 5, 2015

Educate your kids and keep them safe with the Verizon Ellipsis Kids tablet

by John_A

If you are technical and have kids, you probably know how to limit your kids from accidentally clicking the wrong webpage, deleting your files and preventing them from making in-app purchases with your account information. We all know kids are super savvy these days, and in many cases, they are more savvy than us when it comes to gadgets.

Verizon announced the Ellipsis 8″ Kids tablet which is designed just for them. It is a full-featured kids tablet with content and games curated by education professionals. If the parents want to add or remove content, they will have that ability, so the tablet can grow with your child or even support their own video addiction. Most importantly, the tablet is designed to keep kids safe. Every Ellipsis Kids tablet will come preinstalled with Zoodles Kids Mode, a digital playground for kids to play and learn using games, videos and books. Parents will have the ability to set time limits, activate app blockers and a unique child lock. Whether you’re at the store or on the road, you can enable kids mode ensuring your child’s safety while educating and entertaining them. Millions of kids are already using Zoodles.

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The Ellipsis Kids tablet will be available on Thursday Nov. 12 for $249.99 on Verizon’s payment plan for $10.41 per month for 24 months with 0% A.P.R. Or if you prefer the 2-year contract, you can pay $79.99 while connecting to your existing data plan for $10 per month.

The tablet is built on Android, and comes with an 8″ IPS display, 5MP camera, 4G LTE, Kid Tough Bumper, 5000mAh battery and a parent dashboard.

Check it out at Verizon.com starting Nov. 12.

Verizon press release

About Zoodles

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The post Educate your kids and keep them safe with the Verizon Ellipsis Kids tablet appeared first on AndroidGuys.

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