KD Interactive has introduced two new Kurio devices for kids this year: the Kurio Smart and Kurio Xtreme2. Both devices were designed and built specifically for kids, and are available now for purchase in the U.S.
The Kurio Smart is a lightweight Windows tablet-and-laptop-in-one with a 9-inch touch screen and a detachable, magnetic keyboard that closes up to become a hard carry case. It includes a free, one-year subscription to Microsoft Office, 32GB of internal, expandable memory, and more than 40 preloaded apps. Kurio Smart comes with parental controls, and Microsoft’s Family Safety system allows parents to determine the websites, apps, and games their kids can use, monitor kids’ usage, and also set time limits. The Kurio Smart is available in blue/white and pink/white at Toys “R” Us stores and online at toysrus.com/kurio.
The Kurio Xtreme 2 is a full-featured Android kids’ tablet, combining a new design and advanced tablet technology with kid-tough features. It includes a protective bumper that is reinforced in the corners to protect against drops or spills, and also ships with a shatter-proof screen protector for increased durability. The tablet also features a built-in kickstand for kids to watch movies, read e-books, and play Kurio’s exclusive Kurio Motion body-movement-controlled games. New Kurio Motion 2.0 multiplayer games allow kids to play games through running, jumping, and dancing in front of their tablets. The Xtreme 2 also comes preloaded with more than 60 apps. It comes in blue and will be available in stores and online at major retailers across the U.S. A pink edition is available exclusively at Toys “R” Us stores and online at toysrus.com/kurio.