No they’re not impersonating the Road Runner, the Meep! is Oregon Scientifics new Android tablet just for kids. It features a 7” screen with wi-fi and a g-sensor and it’s made for children 6 and up. I have a six year old who would love this thing, I know he very much enjoys playing games on my Android tablets. There’s not much to say about the specs at all, but you can hop over the official page and sign up via email for any updates.

 

OREGON SCIENTIFIC MEEP!

 

Oregon Scientific, a leading designer and worldwide marketer of personal electronics, today announced its entry into a hot new category:  kid’s tablets. Leaving cartridge-based devices behind in the dust, the new Wi-Fi enabled MEEP! tablet runs on the Android operating system and offers music, movies, e-books, and apps from leading developers – all on a large, 7-inch color touch screen!  The MEEP! tablet will be unveiled for the first time at the Toy Industry Association’s (TIA) 109th American International Toy Fair this weekend.

Sharing a mobile device is a tough feat, especially for parents, when there is a risk it could be dropped, broken, scratched or rendered useless.  The MEEP! tablet is an affordable fix for a tech –hungry generation of kids, featuring a tough design and an enhanced rubber silicon sleeve for added protection.  Geared for children age 6 and up, the MEEP! tablet is Wi-Fi enabled, allowing access to a sea of web content that can be downloaded to its internal memory or SD card and viewed from any angle courtesy of the tablet’s internal G-Sensor.  All websites and content can be monitored through intuitive parental controls that are adjusted remotely on any computer or mobile device with a browser and an Internet connection.

The MEEP! tablet from Oregon Scientific will feature a variety of accessories sold separately, including musical instruments.

For more information visit us at Toy Fair (Javits Center, Meeting Room 2D02) or online at www.MeepTablet.com.  Oregon Scientific’s full line of product offerings can be found at:us.oregonscientific.com.

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