VTech says the InnoTab Max is recommended for 3- to 9-year-olds, but I can’t imagine a child of any age who would want it. It features a 7-inch touch screen and some decent content, including a well-locked-down web browser. But its sluggish performance will have your kids whining. The screen quality is poor, the battery life endurance short and the camera terrible. For $125, I expect a whole lot more from a tablet, no matter whom it’s for.
The VTech InnoTab Max definitely looks kid-friendly, but it also looks and feels cheap. The 7-inch touch screen is surrounded by a white and blue or pink bezel. Buttons, all of which require too much pressure to activate, line three sides. A home and back button sit to the top right. Along the top edge, to the right of the swiveling 2-MP camera, are the home and volume buttons. A three-lined hamburger menu button, a question mark and a directional pad sit on the left side of the display.
Read full post here: