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Fuhu is preparing to sell larger tablets in its kid-friendly range, with television-sized touch-enabled devices. The new Big Tabs dwarf the 20-inch and 24-inch Nabi versions it launched last year, with the displays ranging from 32 inches to a 65-inch Ultra HD-resolution model, screens the company hopes to ship in the second half of this year.
Creator of the kid-friendly Nabi tablet, Fuhu has now unveiled the Nabi Big Tab HD 20-inch and Nabi Big Tab HD 24-inch, the world's biggest Android tablets. The very large form-factor tablets are designed around "social interaction, communication, collaboration, and socialized learning," according to the company.
Chinese/American Web 2.0 properties and app developer FUHU has teamed up with Toys R Us to offer a tablet designed specifically with young children in mind. The seven-inch Nabi offers a "kiddified" user interface for web browsing, watching movies and TV shows, reading books, learning, and game playing. Mothers can key in a password and use the device as a fully functional Android tablet.
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