Summary: With its intuitive parental control options, dual-mode functionality and powerful Tegra 3 processor, the $199 Fuhu Nabi 2 is the best kid-friendly tablet yet. The Barnes & Noble Nook HD and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD also cost $199 and have better displays and a greater overall content selection. However, neither of those tablets let you block specific websites out of the box, nor do they come with as comprehensive a learning system.
Excerpt: Choosing a tablet for your child isn't easy. Do you go for an iPad mini Retina or another 'proper' tablet, or do you opt for a dedicated kids' tablet that's designed to be safe both in terms of hardware and software? See the best tablets of 2014 .