Vivitar Camelio Tablet Review

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 20140615_213855_HDR                                                                         My youngest and I had the wonderful opportunity to review the Camelio family tablet by Vivitar. The Camelio tablet is designed to make it easy for young children to navigate by giving it a friendly interface that makes it easy to add programs with a simple touch of a button. The Camelio tablet is easy for small fingers to manipulate and easy to hold with the rounded edges and grip-ble design. 

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With the Camelio tablet Personality packs your child can bring their favorite characters right to their fingertips. This allows users to customize their device based on their age and interests.  The Camelio Tablet offers licensed themes such as Hot Wheels, Barbie, Batman, Hello Kitty and more.  The Personality packs include a rubber case that goes on the tablet to give it protection and a hard case which goes on top of the rubber case which will give it added protection. In addition, it comes with a special code that unlocks content such as music, videos, wallpapers, books, and widgets. Personality packs can be changed or updated as your child grows.

20140615_214324_HDR                                                                                                                                                                          My son is having a ball playing with the Camelio tablet.  I see no reason my child needs to have a $300-500 tablet when this is sufficient.  Featuring Android 4.2 (Jellybean) with automatic upgrades, a 1.1GHz processor , built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi technology and front and rear facing cameras, the Camelio tablet is not only fun for children but fun for parents too! Up to 5 users can share the unit using their own customized themes upon login. 

IMG_20140616_105726_987There is a wide variety of activities your child can enjoy on the Camelio tablet. Coloring pages, games, books, and more. My son enjoys the coloring pages as you can choose to draw color or tap the screen and have it color the surface you choose. With multiple pre-loaded games and applications once turned on,  your child can start enjoying the tablet immediately. I have found that the audio portion works very well and it is a good overall tablet for a child.   You can find the Camelio tablet at Amazon, Walmart, Target, Staples and other online stores. You can check out where to buy on their website

 

Technical Specifications

  • Processor1.1GHz
     
  • OSANDROID 4.1 -Automatically upgradeable
     
  • Memory1GB
     
  • HDD4GB (expandable)
     
  • Screen Size7 inch
     
  • Screen Resolution1024 x 600 (16:9)
     
  • TouchscreenCapacity Touch Panel 5 point
     
  • Wireless connectionWIFI 802.11b/g/n
     
  • Gravity4-Dimensional gravity sensing
     
  • Front cameraBuilt-in 0.3M pixels
     
  • Rear CameraBuilt-in 2.0M pixels
     
  • I/O PortUSB 2.0 OTG*1, Headphone *1, MIC*1, DC JACK*1
     
  • Card slotT Flash card (Max:32GB)
     
  • Audio3.5mm headphone jack. High-quality stereo loud speaker. Built-in microphone
     
  • BatteryLithium Battery, 3.7V/2800mAh
     
  • Power adapterUSB 5V,2A
     
  • Weight336 g (including battery)
     
  • Dimension203 x121 x 11.5mm

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20 comments

  1. natosha says:

    That is pretty cool technology, great output of image and design. Nice Product, thanks for sharing.

  2. rmanea says:

    Not bad specs… it seems like a nice tablet.. thanks for the review!

  3. Samantha Angell says:

    That looks great for a kid to play with!

  4. Jon says:

    The specs on that tablet leave a lot to be desired. They don't even compete with the original iPad. I hope the price of the tablet reflects that.

    • aryia1 says:

      Well, It is a kids tablet and for what it is, it is not bad for a child. Yes the price does reflect that. The tablet cost is around $99

  5. Michelle F. says:

    That looks like a great tablet. I have never heard of that brand before.

  6. Emilee says:

    That's pretty neat! I haven't heard of that tablet before, very cool!

  7. lena_ski says:

    Never heard of this one. Looks like a good deal.

  8. lisa jones says:

    Sounds Like A Awesome Tablet Will Have To Get A Few For The Kids Great Review!

  9. Paula Parker says:

    I never had a tablet. Thanks for the info. IT is something to consider down the road.

  10. The RNY Life says:

    Always looking for a affordable family tablet. Thanks for sharing!

  11. lisamc7 says:

    That looks like a really great kids table – thanks for the review!

  12. R U S S says:

    This is nice . It's always good to find alternatives. The more options you have, the better.

  13. Cintia says:

    Nice, however I am not a tech genius.

  14. Liz Mays says:

    This is a new one and it looks like I need to look into this one. Super fun features!

  15. Kimberly says:

    I have a Nexus and love it. However, my son has taken over it and I think it's time I get one for myself…silly kids. This one has some cool features.

  16. rubbieanne says:

    Just heard this one! Good indeed

  17. Ralff Dizon says:

    What a great tablet, and it has a great specs. Thanks for the review.

  18. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    Thank you for sharing. I love tablets and haven't heard of this kind. I will check out more information.

  19. Patranila says:

    Looks like a good one for the kiddies.

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