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Kurio Xtreme Kids Tablet Review

Kurio Xtreme Kids Tablet Review

The Kurio Xtreme tablet takes pride in its genius Internet filtering system which filters, sorts out and updates more than 450 million websites every day to keep kids safe from harmful content and viruses whenever they go online.

With kid-friendly and parent-friendly features in place, you will surely enjoy this device that many users have learned to love!

Safe Piggy Bank System

With its Safe Piggy Bank System, the Kurio Xtreme, parents can select the apps they think are appropriate for their young ones to access while he maximizes play and learning time. All parent-approved apps automatically appear upon startup. With a few clicks, you can create up to 8 completely independent user profiles with varying time limits set on each and enjoy a 6-month free offer Kid-Safe Email.

Body Motion Gaming

The device is the first to feature the Body Motion Gaming which will excite kids no end. Loaded with Google Playâ„¢, downloading an enormous number of games is possible. The device is packed with more than $300 worth of popular apps, and games and provides users with access to 150+ eBooks.


  • Supports some 170 languages
  • Display: 7-inch capacitive touch screen, 5-point touch
  • Operating System: Androidâ„¢ 4.4
  • Chipset: Intel® Atom® Z2520–1.2 GHz Dual core
  • Ram: 1GB
  • Storage Memory: 16GB
  • Micro SDHC Card Slot: Add up to 32GB of extra memory
  • Resolution: 1024 X 600 pixels
  • Camera: Front: 0.3Mpx / Rear: 2.1Mpx
  • Speakers: 2 x 1 W
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, 802.11 b/g/n – Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB Connection: Micro USB 2.0 – OTG support
  • Battery: Lithium Polymer battery 3000mAh
  • Comes with a Kurio stand, protective bumper, home charger, and a USB cable

Customer reviews and score 

The Kurio has shown some strength in its specifications that benefit from Google’s neat and simple menu layout designs. Websites or apps can be clicked without hesitation because of preset limitations. Powered by Intel®  the device allows quicker video and photo, music streaming, fast downloading, gaming and web surfing.

Although the bundled case isn’t without its blind spots, the Kurio Xtreme 2‘s bigger strengths come from its consistency. With its excellent build quality and steady battery life, the Xtreme 2 provides the reliability needed to be a top kids tablet.

Overall the tablet has a nice feel about it. The buttons have a satisfying click to them and the screen feels solid without too much flexing. There is a slight, hollow feeling to the back of the device, but this is mainly because of the removable back panel.

Even though this device is custom-made for children, it does not take away the fact that it performs excellently. But it seems that it is not kid-proof which parents are looking forward to seeing. This device got 3 out of 5 stars.


A device like this is every parent’s wish to come true mainly due to the limitations which they can set for their kids. Donning an expensive price tag may worry other moms but as its features speak louder and larger than the device itself, I think it is a good catch. But to those who want to look at other types of tablets, check out some brand models that will suit your taste, your kid’s taste, and your budget. That’s when you start comparing.

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