Our Review of the LeapFrog Epic – LeapFrog has been known for its educational devices for many years, including various educational tablets. The Epic is the first of these tablets to run on the Android operating system, making cheaper content available to the buyer.




Dragon Touch Y88XOur Review of the Dragon Touch Y88X – The Dragon Touch Y88X is a cheap tablet from Tablet Express. Not the best tablet around, nor does Tablet Express have the best customer service, but the Y88X’s price makes it almost disposable.




Sprout Channel CubbyOur Review of the Sprout Channel Cubby – A 7″ tablet tied into the Sprout Channel, the Cubby has a decent memory capacity but is reportedly less durable than would be desired in a children’s tablet.




Contix Kids Q102Our Review of the Contixo Kids Q102 – At 10.1″, this tablet is much larger than is usually the case for children’s tablets and is on average technically better than many others, but more expensive.