If you’ve been following this blog for quite some time now, you know that I’m not really into gadgets. I only buy those that I really need and I don’t care if I’m using old model or not. Tablet is one of the popular gadgets today but I really have no plan in buying one because I think I don’t need it. I’m a full time mom and if I need to be connected, I can use my laptop. One more thing, I’m scared to buy gadgets because I don’t want my son to be hooked with video games or online games and I feel that it’s too early for him to have gadgets. But I’ve been reading blogs and I’ve seen other kids using tablet, I realized that tablet is also used as an educational tool so I search for different tablet for kids and I even included them in one of my post last year “Christmas Gift Ideas for Kids”. From that moment, I was really thinking if I will buy one for my son. Leappad learning tablet is P7,999.
|photo source; amazon.com|
December came and my husband told me that his officemate bought Samsung Galaxy for only P14,000 but still I did not buy any tablet because I feel that Samsung galaxy is not suitable for my son. (baka mabasag din ang screen katulad ng nangyari sa laptop ko dati). Last week, my husband texted me about Ainol Novo 7 Paladin, the same officemate brought this tablet in their office. I searched on the internet to check the price and reviews. Then finally, the search is over.
|photo source: samsung.com|
This is not our gift because we already gave him Thomas and Friends Climbing Set last Christmas, we used the money that he received last Christmas and 3rd birthday. Ainol Novo 7 Paladin is only P6580, so if you have limited budget like me, you can buy this tablet for your kids. So far, my son enjoys his mini tablet, he likes angry birds, matching games, reading words, and tracing dots. Actually, this tablet is not only for kids, it’s for everybody.
Click here for review and check this video for demo.