KD UK has unveiled the long-awaited Kurio Tab 2, billed by the firm as the ‘ultimate tablet designed for kids.’
The new tablet features a quad-core processor and boasts twice the power of its predecessor, allowing kids to engage with the new exclusive two-player Motion technology.
Multiplayer content for the new line, includes 18 games such as Mountain Bike, Dance, Drone Race, Wingsuit and more.
While players can compete against each other in races and contests, the single player option allows kids to play on Motion even if there’s nobody else to join in.
The Kurio Tab 2 also comes with a further 40 plus preloaded apps, as well as access to the Google Play store, with hit gaming apps such as Subway Surfers, Fruit Ninja, Hello Kitty Café and more available.
The tablet also features KurioGenius parental controls, allowing them to set age appropriate internet filters, time control and app management.
Kurio Tab 2 also comes with a protective bumper with in-built stand, power adapter and USB cable.
Kyna Covington, marketing manager, KD UK, said: “The new two-player Motion technology brings a whole new aspect to the amazing Motion gaming and it is such fun for both children and adults.
“Tab 2 offers such a plethora of fun and educational content, that there really is something for all of the family.”