Summary: The $149 Kurio 7s comes with a lot of kid-friendly apps, great parental controls and filtering software, but a weak display, mediocre camera and laggy processor take away from the experience. You're better off with the $179 Fuhu Nabi 2 , which is more responsive, provides two hours more battery life, and has a much greater app selection. Ultimately, the Kurio 7s is not much more than a curiosity.
Pros: Plenty of preloaded apps, Great Kurio software, Fully functioning Android tablet
Cons: Lackluster display, Weak audio, Below-average battery life, Sluggish performance, No access to Google Play