Rachel was delighted to learn the VTech had sent us an Innotab Max to review. She has the original Innotab and she enjoys it. However, the Innotab Max is so much more advanced and has some great new features.
Let's start with the look of it. The Innotab Max comes in blue or pink. It has a 7 inch high resolution screen which presents the best graphics I've seen from a children's tablet. There is also a dual-core CPU so the tablet runs significantly faster than her previous Innotab. It has a strong plastic case with a cover that flip over and act as a stand. It is sturdy and has already survived several accidental drops. It has a stylus and a slot to hold it.
What can a child do with the Innotab Max? There are games and ebooks available for a wide range of children's ages and abilities, from ages 3-9. Rachel is in first grade and there is a wide selection of games and books for her to learn with on this tablet. Her favorite things to do is work with the Movie Maker app or play the Frozen game but she also loves listening to her music playlists. The Innotab Max comes with an educational bundle plus one Toca Boca app of your choice. But there is also a complete library of additional games and ebooks that can be downloaded to the device or game cartridges can be purchased as well. There is a camera and Rachel loves taking selfies! She can even use the Kid Connect app to send her pictures directly to me on my smart phone. She can also use Kid Connect to send voice or text messages to me.
The parent side of things. There are parental controls that let me manage her apps, web access, and tablet time. I can log on and view her progress to see what she is playing and how she is doing. I let her bring the Innotab Max if I know we might be stuck in a doctor's waiting room for a while. It has a headphone jack so she can be entertained without disturbing others around her.
The Innotab Max's MSRP is $99.99 which is great for such a high quality children's tablet that will grow with my child. For more information, check out the VTech website.
VTech provided me with an Innotab Max for the purpose of this review. However, all comments and opinions stated here are entirely my own.