Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids due in U.S. starting November 10

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids due in U.S. starting November 10

Samsung on Monday confirmed that the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids will be available in the U.S. starting from November 10. Priced at $229, the 7-inch tablet is all of the same hardware found in the standard model but plenty of software an extra goodies designed for families with children.

Details include pre-installed apps, games, and services that educate, entertain, and otherwise occupy your child’s attention. The Kids Mode features a kid-centric UI with parental controls and restrictions while the Standard Mode is more akin to the stuff you’ve seen elsewhere.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids will retail for $229.99 when it arrives in retail and online starting from November 10. Pre-orders begin later this week, effective November 1.

Samsung is tossing in a slew of Galaxy Perks with the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids: $10 Google Play credit, 12-months of Boingo Mobile Wi-Fi, three months of Hulu Plus, and two years of up to 50GB of DropBox storage.

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