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Friday, July 3, 2015

Nabi Dreamtab Giveaway

Here's a kid focused tablet up for grabs Upgrade them from something like a Leap Pad and no need for an iPad yet, go with the Nabi Dreamtab instead. Enter daily with a 7/23 deadline. US only.
Enter the Nabi Dreamtab Giveaway. Ends 7/23

Fuhu nabi DreamTab Specs:
  • 8-inch tablet with Multi-Touch display and a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution 
  • Powered by an Intel® Atom™ Z3745 processor, the tablet delivers leading performance with long battery life 
  • A fun companion for kids with a bright colored protective bumper and engaging interface 
  • Kids can create, play and connect at home or on the go 
  • Runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and comes with over 400 kid-focused, parent-approved features 
  • The tablet is equipped with a Time Controls feature that allows parents to set limits for daily tablet use, individual app use and create rules for earning extra time  
  • Wings Learning System is one unique feature, which offers personalized learning that differentiates content, pace and sequence to build confidence and skill set mastery  
  • Dream Pro Studio is a powerful suite of creative tools found on the tablet that will teach your child how to draw, animate, write books and edit movies 
  • The tablet is a dual mode system, where “nabi Mode” is a safe zone for kids and “Parent Mode” is the standard Android experience that only the adults have access to 
  • Equipped with a 2.0 MP front camera and 5.0 MP rear camera 
  • Storage space of 16GB, expandable via MicroSD (up to 32GB) 
  • Starting at $179.99 
  Intel Messaging 

Great tablets have Intel Inside®. Intel performance delivers lightning-fast Web browsing, long battery  life, super-responsive apps and seamless downloads. Intel technology supports both Android* and Windows*, from high-end to entry-level price points and all kinds of different screen sizes. There is an Intel-tablet designed for everyone to fit all needs and price points.  

Based on Intel's new 64-bit enabled Intel® Atom™ Z3740 processor ("Bay Trail"), the DreamTab will offer lightning-fast performance, powerful graphics capabilities, long battery life, and rich, immersive educational and entertainment experiences. Combined with a new operating system layer on Android, it will be a powerful Android-based tablet that includes advances in stylus, touch-screen and NFC technologies. 

"We are excited to collaborate with Fuhu, a leader in tablets for children, and bring Intel technology to its next-generation DreamTab," said Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager for Intel's Mobile and Communications Group. "This is just one example of the leading educational and entertainment experiences our companies can deliver together with Intel Inside." 

The DreamTab will include Fuhu's signature Wings Learning System™ solution as well as other new features. Kids will be able to create their favorite DreamWorks characters in an interactive workshop featuring cutting-edge integrated animation tools! Wings Learning System™ will also work in conjunction with first-of-its-kind offline Bluetooth*-enabled workbooks, bringing together offline and online learning experiences. 

In addition to the enhanced Wings Learning System™, Fuhu will also be launching its next-generation OS overlay titled Blue Morpho, highlighting all new features in learn, play and grow in a safe environment such as: 
  • Advanced parental controls  that allow moms/dads to set time limits.  Add nabi coins to a kid's account, and lock or unlock features. The controls also provide for a COPPA-compliant/kid-safe e-mail, text and photo sharing capability that is one-of-a-kind and can integrate with parents' own mobile devices.
  • With all-new content created for the DreamTab by DreamWorks acclaimed filmmakers to bring these innovative controls to life, kids can now customize their own tablet experience from sign on to shut down with exclusive character moments encouraging them to study, go out and play, or wake up in the morning. 
  • Curated App Zone and Treasure Box allow parents and kids to browse, download, purchase apps, games, music, movies, videos, e-books and even real goods with a single click. 
Intel believes technology can help educators, leaders and school technology professionals prepare students for a lifetime of success. Based on a decade of real-world collaboration, implementation and research, Intel education solutions are designed to help educators inspire students, to support schools in achieving educational excellence, and to enable better manageability by administrators.

The Intel Atom Z3000 Processor series delivers leading performance with long battery life. It is Intel's most capable, best-performing platform for its tablets and other sleek mobile devices. It offers a smaller footprint and lower power usage, while also enabling double the compute performance1 and triple the graphics performance2 compared to the previous-generation Intel Atom processor. It also includes Intel® Burst Technology 2.0 with four cores, four threads and 2MB L2 cache. This performance allows people to multi-task, consume and create content, and enjoy a rich experience across on their Android device. 

About Fuhu, Inc.
Fuhu, Inc., the creator of the nabi tablet, is the leading designer, seller and innovator of thoughtful consumer products and services for children. Fuhu is committed to creating children's solutions that are: (1) socially responsible, (2) made right, (3) make a difference in people's lives, (4) For Parents. By Parents.® and (5) dedicated to the intellectual development of children. Fuhu, Inc. is the No. 1 Fastest-Growing Private Company amongst 5,000 in America as ranked by Inc.'s exclusive 32nd Inc. 500|5000 list. Fuhu is headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., with offices in Denver, San Jose, China, Hong Kong, Taipei and Japan. For more information, visit www.fuhu.com and www.nabitablet.com.    For more information go to: http://www.intel.com/performance  And to find out more about intel powered devices you can go here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/tablets/shop-tablets.html

Giveaway Details: This giveaway is open to the United States only, to those 18 years and older with a valid email address. Contestants will be contacted via the email address they use in the rafflecopter form. This giveaway will end on July 23rd at 12am EST.  Mommy Only Has 2 Hands thru Intel is responsible for the distribution of this giveaway. For more information please contact Heather at mommyonlyhas2hands(at)outlook(dot)com. 

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32 comments:

  1. I learned that this tablet has both a rear & front facing tablet.

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  2. I learned that it has a built-In 5 megapixel webcam rear, built-in 2 megapixel webcam front.

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  3. I learned that it has a Quad-core Intel Atom processor. Very nice :)

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  4. I learned that the operating system is Android* 32 bit OS (Android* 4.4 (KitKat))

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  5. I learned that the screen size is 8 inches and the Operating system is Android* 32 bit OS (Android* 4.4 (KitKat)).

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  6. I learned that the screen size is 8 inches and the Operating system is Android* 32 bit OS (Android* 4.4 (KitKat)).

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  7. I learned that it has a Quad-core Intel Atom processor

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  8. It has a Quad-core Intel Atom processor

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  9. I learned that its android based.

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  10. I learned that the Fuhu tablet has 2MP Front + 5MP Rear Cameras

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  11. I learned that it has bluetooth and the wings learning software.

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  12. I learned that it has the nabi Dream Pro Studio

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  13. I learned the asus family is HUGE!

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  14. I learned that the tablet has both front and rear facing cameras plus it's Operating System is Android* 32 bit. :)

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  15. I learned that this tablet has both a rear & front facing tablet.

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  16. It has bluetooth capabilities!

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  17. I'm not very technical so most of the lingo meant next to nothing to me. What I did was look at what it would do for my child instead and I found this awesome feature called the "Wings Adaptive Learning System" and That is what I like best about the Fuhu.
    The Wings Adaptive Learning System is built for skill set mastery in math, reading and writing and building confidence. Powered by proprietary adaptive learning technology, Wings Learning System offers personalized learning that differentiates content, pace and sequence to build confidence and skill set mastery

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  18. I learned that the screen is 8 inches.

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  19. I learned that it has a dream pen which is an accurate, pressure-sensitive digital stylus that enables palm rejection and that you can write, draw, sketch and paint with the artistic control of traditional tools

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  20. I learned it has a 5 megapixel webcam in the rear, built-in 2 megapixel webcam in the front.

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  21. I learned that it is Bluetooth capable.

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  22. Great for children. It only weights 4 pounds.

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  23. I learned that it has an 8 inch screen, but is durable enough for children. It only weighs 4 pounds, but has a camera in the front and back.

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  24. I learned that it has a screen size of 8 inches, and operating system is Android 32 bit OS (Android* 4.4 (KitKat))

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  25. I learned that this has front and rear facing cameras

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  26. I learned that it has Wacom digitizer, dual-band 802.11 g/n, Bluetooth* 4.0, NFC, built-In 5 megapixel webcam rear, built-in 2 megapixel webcam front, microSD* card reader, Intel® HD Graphics Gen 7.

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  27. I like it has the front and rear cameras and an intel processer inside

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  28. I learned that it has a Quad-core Intel Atom processor.

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  29. It is powerful in that it has Bluetooth, 5R/2F megapixel webcam, Intel HD Graphics Processor and Atom processor Z3745, 8" Screen, and a 32 bit Android OS.

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