Published On: Thu, Jan 23rd, 2014
Published in Category: Islamabad

Fuhu, Intel team up on first Intel-based Android Tablet for kids

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ISLAMABAD: Fuhu Inc., known for creating cutting-edge tablets and applications for children, recently announced the new DreamTab tablet. Designed to deliver grown-up technology but built just for kids, the tablet is the result of collaboration between Fuhu, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. and Intel Corporation and is designed to deliver fun educational and entertainment experiences that transform the way kids learn, play and grow through technology. The new tablets will be available starting in June.

“We are dedicated to providing kids new and engaging experiences in learning and entertainment integrating the most up-to-date and powerful technology in the market,” said Jim Mitchell, CEO, Fuhu. “With Intel Inside, we are provided with the power and performance to deliver amazing experiences, limitless creativity and professional tools for kids to animate and tell stories in the palm of their hands.”

Based on Intel’s new 64-bit enabled Intel® Atomâ„¢ Z3740 processor (“Bay Trail”), the DreamTab will offer lightning-fast performance, powerful graphics capabilities, long battery life, and rich, immersive educational and entertainment experiences. Combined with a new operating system layer on Android*, it will be a powerful Android-based tablet that includes advances in stylus, touch-screen and NFC technologies.

“We are excited to collaborate with Fuhu, a leader in tablets for children, and bring Intel technology to its next-generation DreamTab,” said Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager for Intel’s Mobile and Communications Group. “This is just one example of the leading educational and entertainment experiences our companies can deliver together with Intel Inside.”

“Intel delivers holistic solutions, including hardware, software, content, infrastructure and professional development, to help educators engage students in learning and to enhance student achievement,” said Naveed Siraj, Country Manager of Intel Pakistan.
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