Summary: These tablets are overpriced. I did tons of research & all I found were raves. That has not been our experience at all. Since both broke quickly, we replaced with Nexus 7 tablets that were less than half the price & have lasted us more than 5 times as long, without a bumper even.
Summary: I like what they are trying to do here. It is child friendly- my 2 year old seems to fumble from thing to thing, but when he wants to find something specific he always seems to. I don't think any of his fumbling has lead to any undesirable places so far, so that is good.
Summary: Buyers. DO BE AWARE OF THIS TABLET! IF you get one that works, great. We bought ours last xmas for our 2 kids, lasted a long time. had issues with power adapter, but if you go to their site, you can get one sent right away, no questions asked.
Summary: I didn't like it nor did my 2 and 4 year old. this is really an android, you cant download any google apps my sons loves angry birds and my daughter like some dress up games and this doesn't have any of that most apps need to be purchased and that wasn't nice lol.
Summary: So I love the bumper part. But the parental controls are hard to navigate, i'm having a hard time getting her on certain pages of the internet under them so we only use mommy mode. Also there is not much on the internet for her to do since she can't play a lot of the game sites she usually uses like...
Summary: I bought the Nabi 2 for my 6-year old son for Christmas. We ended up being disappointed with expectations let down. The product lacks the polish one would expect from any software maker, much less a tailored, customized OS software producer such as that of the Monarch OS.
Summary: I purchased the Nabi 2 for my son's 8th birthday. I was drawn in by the positive reviews, parental controls (kid-safe user account), etc. I've had it for about a month. My son loves it when it works, which isn't often. We spend a great deal of time resetting & rebooting, even after updating the os.
Summary: After much research, considering a tablet for my 4yo boy, the decision came down to the Nexus 7 and the Nabi2. I opted for the Nabi2. The specs are pretty...spectacular, particularly for a $200 tablet.
Summary: We have three kids and three Nabi's. The kids love them, they are very user friendly, but unfortunately none of them lasted longer than two years. I would invest in something more sturdy and better quality next time.