Amazon recently astounded us with an extremely reliable £50 Fire tablet, and now EE has launched a child driven Robin tablet. The 4G-prepared gadget includes a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of interior memory (with microSD enabled), 2-megapixel camera and is controlled by EE’s own Kurio OS, which depends on Android 5.1 and offers a lot of parental controls out of the case.

EE Robin

Most likely EE is focusing on folks who may be hoping to purchase a cheap tablet for Christmas. To make it more engaging, the Robin will include more than 40 pre-introduced games, kid’s applications and eBooks. EE’s likewise tossing in a three-month trial for Hopster, a streaming facility that offers access to an assortment of kids’ TV shows including Postman Pat and Thomas and Friends. Clients on an Extra arrangement get access for the life.

 

At £130, a without Sim Robin is closer to Hudl2 region than Amazon’s super-cheap tablet. Tesco won’t be launching Hudl3 any time soon, and will probably keep pushing its HD tablet during Christmas season, regardless of the fact that it is presently over a year old. EE could entice clients by giving them a chance to spread their installments, with Pay Monthly plans beginning from £13 after a one-time installment of £30. The Robin can likewise be obtained on a two-year, £15 every month plan, with 10GB of monthly data.

 

The Robin will accessible in a little number of stores from October 23rd before it is available nationwide on November 2.