Family Review: Disney Frozen II Pebble Gear Kids Tablet

Review: Disney Frozen II Pebble Gear Kids Tablet

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It’s time to the review the Disney Frozen II 7″ Kids Tablet from Pebble Gear.

Learn and play with Elsa, Anna, Olaf & more of your favourite Frozen 2 characters.

  • Exclusive Frozen 2 apps, games & e-books
  • Access to over 500 additional games & apps
  • No in-app purchases, zero ads, full parental control

Specifications

Display : 7″ (17.7cm)

Resolution : 1024 x 600

Storage : 16 GB memory (expandable up to 128 GB)

Processor : Quad-Core 1.3 GHz

RAM : 1 GB DDR3

Battery : 2700 mA (up to 9 hours)

Connection : WLAN

Audio : Loudspeakers, Microphone

Camera : Front and rear camera

Weight : 280 g

System : Pebble OS (based on Android 8.1)

Warranty : 2 year guarantee

What’s in the box?

The box contains the Frozen II tablet (which bumper), USB cable and plug, and manual.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

Once you have charged up the tablet you have to create your profiles – this is really easy and then you are ready to start using it. You can even customise the profile and background pictures so its really personalised just for your child. The Frozen II tablet comes with preinstalled Frozen II apps, games and books to use straight away.

There is an app store called GameStore Junior included on the tablet which has (according to Pebble) over 500+ games and apps to choose from. I can’t say for sure at the moment if there that many (I don’t think the app store is fully populated a the time of the review) but there are certainly lots to choose from, and they are all free (for the first 12 months – which means in-app purchases or adverts). This includes games and books too!

The battery life is very good and you can get between 7 and 9 hours per charge, depending on how you are using it.

There is 16GB of onboard storage but you can increase that by inserting a micro-SD card.

There are also front and rear cameras that can be used in different apps if you want.

Using the tablet is just like using any other tablet – you swipe and tap whatever you want.

The only real issues I found with the tablet was that it wasn’t very easy to get back to menus – you have to do this diagonal swipe motion which sometimes doesn’t seem to work. A button would have been easier, especially for a child! Also, some of the apps didn’t work and give an error that the version of Android is wrong (the tablet is actually PebbleOS which is based on Android 8.1). I suspect this might be because the tablet isn’t actually out yet and the apps or the tablet need an update. This only happened a few times so I am not too concerned about it being any real issue.

Over the Frozen II tablet is fantastic – it’s got everything you need to keep your child occupied and entertained without the constant nagging of apps asking you to pay extra! The fact it also comes with a branded bumper to keep it protected means you don’t have to worry about accidental damage. Especially during these current times this tablet is a must!

The Disney Frozen II 7″ Kids Tablet from Pebble Gear will be available from 4th May 2020 priced at £99.99. There is also a Toy Story version if you prefer.

You can learn more about the Disney Frozen II 7″ Kids Tablet from Pebble Gear from their website.

Andrew Edneyhttp://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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