June 19th 2012 6:08 pm

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Techno Buffalo says:

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For under two hundred bucks, a tablet the whole family can share – so long as you don’t mind the chunky, colorful styling. If you’re looking for an Android device you can share with the kids – or have the cash to buy the little ones their own tablet – Nabi 2 is worth a look. quote


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Critic reviews

8.2
6 reviews
  • Features
    7.8
  • Display
    6.9
  • Battery life
    7.1
  • Ease of use
    8.5
  • Storage capacity
  • Design and form factor
    7.3
  • Portability (size / weight)
    7.0
  • Durability
    9.0

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User reviews

9.0
2 reviews
9.0
Wired Jun 19, 2012

My son definitely didn’t like my packing it up to send back, so I know that Fuhu has found a solid mix of apps and features that will be a hit with the kids.

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8.0
PC Mag Oct 4, 2012

The Fuhu Nabi 2 is not only a great kid-friendly tablet, it's a solid Android tablet in its own right.

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8.0
SlashGear Jun 19, 2012

You’ve got a smartphone and you’ve got an iPad or an Android tablet and your kid wants to use it ... You don’t want your child messing around with your digital business, and you more than likely just want to play your own game of Angry Birds. So what do you do? You look to the nabi 2.

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9.0
VentureBeat Jun 21, 2012

Despite the beefy processor, it likely won’t find much traction with anyone over the age of 12 looking for a multipurposed Android device. But for parents looking for something to keep kids away from their smartphones and iPads, the Nabi is a decent alternative.

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7.0
Android Police Jun 19, 2012

I think the Nabi 2 is a fantastic device that both kids and parents can get behind. I'm walking away from this review extremely impressed with not only the level of detail in the software, but the overall design, as well.

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7.0
Techno Buffalo Jun 25, 2012

For under two hundred bucks, a tablet the whole family can share – so long as you don’t mind the chunky, colorful styling. If you’re looking for an Android device you can share with the kids – or have the cash to buy the little ones their own tablet – Nabi 2 is worth a look.

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9.0
dvdmon dvdmon

This is the 2nd generation tablet from Fuhu, a company well-known for their educational online services such as Foozkids. The original Nabi came out in November of last year and was really the first tablet geared specifically towards younger kids (age 4-10). While revolutionary in that sense,...

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