Huawei’s Matepad T series kids edition tablet launched in Kenya for Ksh. 25,999

Huawei Mobile has today announced the availability of the “Huawei MatePad T series, kids’ edition” tablet in Kenya. 

Huawei says the tablet has been designed with children’s safety in mind and will be available for purchase for Ksh.25,999. You can buy one at HUAWEI Experience stores, Textbook Center and Anisuma retail stores in Nairobi and Mombasa.   

The Huawei Matepad T series kids edition tablet comes with a kid’s case and pencil. Huawei says it has great technology that ensures a great user experience, thus a great companion for your children even as they grow past the age of needing 24/7 parental supervision.

“With younger users using electronic devices such as tablets for everything from learning to having fun, concerns about the negative influence smart gadgets would bring are growing. Stricter parents may try to keep their kids from using electronic device, while others may let them use a tablet or so to play game on a regular basis, like every day after school or every weekend.” Jim Zhijue, Huawei Mobile Kenya Country Head said. 

This 9.7-inch tablet comes in an anti-shock case made from food-grade silicone, and is perfectly adapted to kids’ small hands and their daily activities. With its simple, versatile design, children can easily carry the tablet by themselves using the handle, which also acts as a support stand for easy viewing.

Huawei has also introduced Kids Corner — a space for kids to play, learn, draw and explore as they wish on the tablet. The Azoomee feature also offers a diverse array of inspiring shows, character-led stories, spectacular science, hands-on DIY and action-packed games, so kids can create, learn and grow freely and safely with this tablet. 

For kids who love to read and dive into their imagination, this tablet offers eBook mode for a happy reading experience, while posture alerts help them sit upright, so their health and eyesight is always protected. The blue light filter and bumpy road alerts provide even more care for their little eyes in a wide variety of light conditions and environments.

The safe charging lock prevents kids accessing the tablet while it’s being charged, so you can rest assured they’re always safe from the dangers of electricity. The tablet also lets parents set Time management, App management and Content management for their kids, so they can leave the tablet with them and still enjoy peace of mind. It also provides detailed information for you to track their progress, check their learning results, and relive your precious moments together.

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