Summary: The $99 VTech InnoTab 3S comes with promising features and robust controls that could make it a solid choice for younger kids, but it's held back by slow performance. Opening apps and launching the Web browser took painfully long during our testing, and the dim display made it difficult to view content unless we were looking at the device head-on.
Excerpt: The Innotab 3S is Vtech's take on a children's tablet . You can't really miss this as the device looks and feels very much like a toy. Of course this isn't a bad thing, as younger folk can find precision-milled aluminium a tad dull, plus the rugged plastic casing looks like it might survive the odd fall or two. See also Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids , VTech InnoTab 2 and LeapPad Ultra reviews.