Fuhu Nabi 2 is a tablet that has been built with the kids in mind though that does not mean it can’t be used by the grown-ups too. Also, with kids being its target user base, there is always the possibility of mishandling the tablet both physically and by functionality, which should explain the elaborate rubber case covering the edges. That is not all for there also are a large number of functions that allow parental control of its usage by the kids. The tablet is 7 inch by size and very comfortable for browsing, playing games and watching movie on it.
Now, in a move that is aimed at making the tablet all the more appealing to consumers, Fuhu has launched an OTA update that covers one of the biggest disadvantage with the device, its lack of support for the Google Play Store. Users therefore were forced to rely on other third party apps stores or make do with the Fuhu App zone itself which is not as vast as the Google Play Store. With the latest update, users will have a far more extensive choice of apps to choose from besides also introducing other frequently used Google services such as Google Maps, Books and Gmail along with calendar to the device once update is installed.
Otherwise, the tablet is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad core processor, has a screen resolution of 1024 x 600 with a capacitive display, RAM of 1 GB along with storage space of 8 GB. Fortunately, the latter can be expanded up to 32 GB via the micro SD card slot. The device also sports dual camera while the OS is Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich. Connectivity options the tablet offers include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There is the standard micro USB 2.1 port and the mini HDMI port also.
The tablet carries a price tag of $200 which is same as that of the Galaxy Tab Kid tablet. Best Buy is however selling the tablet at $180 while Amazon list the tablet at $184.