Summary: the unit works well battery usage of this decent really no complaints on it my son plays with a lot good price.only one small scratch can't really tell if you're not looking for overall satisfaction
Summary: I feel like I have to write a review to defend the Nabi 2. There are other good, in-depth reviews that cover the pros and cons, so I will keep this review more as a defense of the Nabi 2. To start off, Google Play is now officially supported in the latest OTA update for the Nabi 2. If you have a Disney or Nickelodeon version, you will have to wait a little while longer for the update. But the update for the standard Nabi 2 is available now.
Summary: I bought this for my grand kids for Christmas so they have not gotten it yet. I am sure they will love it. I have looked up this product before purchasing it and the reviews where the best for the Nabi 2.I have only turned it on but have not played with it yet.
Summary: I purchased a Nabi 2 for my then 2yo daughter last November for Christmas. Keep an eye out for great Black Friday Deals, any bit of savings helps. I'm first writing a review now because I was searching for deals on the new Special Edition Nickelodeon version of the Nabi 2 and noticed how poorly the Nabi was rated and thought I might add my 2 cents. Last year I did a lot of research on kids tablets. A LOT. At the time, my kids were 2, 4, 6 and all wanted a tablet.
Best tablet for kids, not bad for the whole family either.
16 November 2013
Summary: We bought the Nabi2 for our 6 year old son last year at Christmas. The tablet has better features in my opinion than the ipad as it has a micro sd slot for expanded memory. It also has a parent mode that allows you to put the apps you permit your child to use in the Nabi mode which gives parents piece of mind knowing that their children can't surf you tube starting with videos like "what does the fox say" and ending with trailers for the next sultry Megan Fox movie.
Excerpt: I bought this for my 3 year old daughter who was constantly stealing my Android phone and had claimed my Android tablet as her own. She loves it and my toys are mine again! It was very easy to root which gives access to the Google Play store so she can have all of the games she was familiar with playing on my stuff. I went back and forth between getting her this and something like the Nexus 7, but the sd card slot and HDMI out were what ultimately led me to the Nabi 2.
Summary: This product was highly rated by others. However, it has already quit working after using it just a little over a month. It's a good thing we registered it. The company is replacing it because they can't advise us on why it is keeping a white screen. I'm surprised this happened, and I hope the next one is better. I'm not sure if the NABI is all it is cracked up to be.
Excerpt: Purchased for my 6 year old grandson and he loves it. It is easy to use and seems to be made very well. The only downside I have found is that it does not currently have access to the Google Play market.
Excerpt: Child (8yr) can use it easily, the apps and games on it are inventive and fun. <br />Just played Pictionary using the draw app... was great fun.<br />The only turn-off is that it (as all app based systems) is geared towards spending money at the app-store.