Cheap Tablets For Kids

Australian-based Laser Corp has released the eTouch range of tablets that include devices aimed at children with screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10 inches. A feature of the devices is the eStreet directory, which is an on-board street directory of Australia and New Zealand supplied by HERE (formerly NAVTEQ) mapping.It can be used offline so users don’t need an internet connection to draw down…

Australian-based Laser Corp has released the eTouch range of tablets that include devices aimed at children with screen sizes ranging from 7 to 10 inches.

 

A feature of the devices is the eStreet directory, which is an on-board street directory of Australia and New Zealand supplied by HERE (formerly NAVTEQ) mapping. It can be used offline so users don’t need an internet connection to draw down data, which in turn means that the eStreet mapping application can be used on a plane or in remote locations where an internet connection is not possible/reliable.

 

Map updates are free for life and include detail such as house numbers, 3D buildings and landmarks as well as thousands of points of interest. Based on HERE’s advanced map detail and LASER’s own Navig8r GPS navigation expertise, the eStreet mapping application has an intuitive interface and provides routing instructions like a GPS, whether travelling by car or on foot. World maps will soon be available giving access to more than 200 countries via the Google Play Store.

The eStreet app is free on all Laser tablets and is available for download on older models.

 

RRP
MID 742- 7-inch Touch Tablet – $129.95                
MID741 – 7-inch eTouch Tablet KIDS – $149.95        
MID 740- 7-inch eTouch Tablet KIDS- $149.95        
MID1040- 10-inch eTouch Tablet – $199.95        
 

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