You know, with this Christmas being “the year of the tablet,” I’m sure that there are lots of parents out there wondering if a tablet computer could actually hold up under the constant use and abuse that children tend to put electronic devices through? Especially since, in many cases, children will treat their tablet like a toy.
[easyazon-image-link asin="B0051VVOB2" alt="Kindle Fire, Full Color 7" Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41Xx9W8gdRL._SL160_.jpg" align="left" width="160" height="160"]Having spent a lot of time looking at almost every tablet on the market, checking the features, and the sturdiness of the devices, as a parent, the choice would be easy. Amazon’s Kindle Fire is one of the sturdiest tablets on the market, and it offers unlimited options for reading, watching age appropriate videos, and playing games for your child.
Physically, the Kindle Fire has a rubberized back that is easy for little fingers to grip, and the glass on the front is a special, thicker glass that is designed to hold up to the use that most tablets get….you know, carried everywhere, tapped and touched, bumped, and more…typical use that’s actually on par with the use of the average cell phone.
With the Amazon Prime lending library, you won’t always be paying for downloads, either! The lending library is full of books and movies that are age appropriate, interesting, and more importantly FREE to borrow or stream to your child’s Kindle Fire.
And, at the price Amazon’s selling the Kindle Fire for, it’s easily within Santa’s average budget to put a tablet computer under the tree this year!