Kurio Xtreme 2, the latest in KD Interactive's line of Android tablets developed specifically for children, offers multiplayer games for kids and the entire family.
Kurio Xtreme 2 is one of the latest tablets designed specifically for children to hit the market. Developed by KD Interactive, the updated version of the company's best-selling Android tablet for kids is also the safest and most fun device yet built for very young users, aged 3 and older. The original Kurio Xtreme was the first tablet to offer motion control games for kids and the new Android 5.0 version offers new features and even more games and applications for kids to enjoy.
Kurio Xtreme 2 has a kickstand built in to make it easy for kids to watch movies, read e-books or play any of the motion games available with the device. These games are designed to get kids off the couch and get them jumping, running and dancing in front of their tablets. The new tablet also offers Kurio Motion 2.0 multiplayer games, available in the "Extreme" and "Playground" game packs, which challenge kids to play and compete with each other while knocking baseballs out of the park, racing drones, dancing, and rafting down rivers.
Kurio Xtreme 2 has a micro HDMI port and can be connected to a TV set for a more enjoyable gaming experience for the entire family. The tablet also has a protective bumper and shatter-proof screen protector for increased durability and to protect against drops or spills.
Kurio Xtreme 2 comes with more than 60 apps, with millions more available for download from Google Play. The most popular gaming titles include Berry Rush, Zombie Tsunami and Subway Surfers. Kids can also use the tablet to Skype, email, and stream music and videos from Netflix, Spotify, Toon Goggles and YouTube Kids. Parents can customise their child's experience in a special Parental Area, where they can manage apps, determine web access, and set time controls.
KD Interactive, a division of KD Group, specializes in introducing the latest educational technology resources and methods into platforms for children and in developing safe high-tech devices and software applications for kids aged 2 to 14. The Kurio product range was launched in 2012 and the latest models, Kurio Xtreme 2 and Kurio Smart, were released in autumn 2015.
Watch the video below to learn more about Kurio Xtreme 2 from its creators and to see some of the options available with it for playing motion games.