Polaroid announced its three new Q Series tablets last week, but the company also brought a fourth Android slate to CES this week, unveiling its latest device directly targeting children. The Polaroid K7 V3 features a kid-friendly design but packs some serious power under the hood.
The new tablet didn’t get an official CES announcement or press release, but Laptop managed to get a quick look at the device after spotting it on the trade show floor. The new tablet reportedly comes equipped with a 7-inch 1024 x 600-pixel IPS display, a quad-core processor, 8GB of onboard storage with microSD support, and runs a modified version of Android 4.2.
The Polaroid K7 V3 comes with a curated app store full of kid-friendly applications, though you’ll also be able to download Google Play and gain access to the full range of Android apps. The device’s physical design is also designed with children in mind, and features rubbery edges to prevent any damage from drops.
There’s no official word on when Polaroid’s new kids tablet will launch, though the company said it should hit stores in the next few months starting at $129.