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Nabi 2 Nickelodeon Edition Just Released

Nabi 2 Nickelodeon Edition Just Released

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Fuhu hits gold again by sealing the deal with the top kids network and produced the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon Edition. The best all around kids tablet will feature many of your children’s favorite characters like TMNT, Spongebob, and iCarly.

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What Fuhu Changed About the Tablet

They main difference is the software package. You get an additional $200 worth of apps totaling 30 more apps. Children will now be able to play games, read books, and watch shows with the Nickelodeon crew.

You will be receiving 12 eBooks, 6 full length videos, and the rest will be Nickelodeon’s most popular apps.

If your wondering how much more it’s going to cost you, don’t worry. Instead of the normal $179 price tag it will be $199. Not a bad deal for all the extra  content they are adding.

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Why the Nabi 2 is the Best Kids Tablet

The Nabi 2 is the most durable kids tablet available. You can view this video to see just how durable. Over a 10 foot drop and you can pick it up and play with no cracks and works perfect.

Not only is it durable but it offers a great educational program. The Wings program is adaptive to your child’s skill level and has several different programs that teach Math, Science, Reading, Writing, and Thinking. Thinking? Yes it has in game situations that will teach your child about choices and a chore list where they can earn coins to earn new educational games.

So now you have a durable, educational tablet that offers so much entertainment as well. You have the Nickelodeon features, the Nabi store, the Amazon store, and even popular programs like Netflix.

All of this is protected by great parental controls and a kids safe web browser. You control this in the mommy/daddy mode where you can select which apps you want your kids to have access to. You can log into your Nabi account from PC, tablet, or smartphone and see how much progress your child has made in all the educational programs and what they have been using the tablet for.

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The Nabi 2 Tablet Specs

The Nabi 2 tablet performs all of the functions you would value in a kids tablet and you get one of the fastest performing tablets on the market.

It has a Quad Core Processor with a 5th core battery saver. It is a NVIDIA Tegra 3 which is one of the best processor companies. It runs at 1.3 GHz and comes with a GB of RAM.

You will also get 8 GB of memory and have a micro SD slot to expand your memory up to an additional 32 GB to put all of your child’s favorite movies and music.

It does have a  2 MP camera for pictures, videos, and video calling. The playback is on a 7″ HD screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600.

Other great features include WiFi, Bluetooth, headphone jack and mini USB slot for connecting the tablet to your PC or Mac.

The battery is Lithium Ion and has an average life cycle of 10 hours between charges.

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What’s Included?

The package includes the tablet, a USB cable, Quick Start Guide, Power Adapter, Product Information Guide, and The Bumper Case to protect your child’s new favorite toy. The tablet comes loaded with the 25 original apps, 30 books and now an additional 30 apps plus the nickelodeon features.

This is going to be one of the hottest products for Christmas in 2013 and quantities are limited.

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  1. Hi. I just recently purrchased the nabi 2 nick edition. I assumed that it would have the update for Google play like the original nabi 2. Have you heard anything about them releasing anything for the nick edition? Is there a way you can get the play store on the nick edition WO the update? Thanks much!

    • It’s just kind of a waiting game until they can properly program an update for each individual device.

  2. Hi, I have a 10 year old granddaughter who is very computer savvy, I am not. I want to get her a tablet she will enjoy and use. One with games, art, books,movies to make and to watch like netflix, etc. I dont want to have to pay for apps for her everytime she wants to play something,is a google better and cheaper thatn an android, and do you have a recommendation on which tablet would be good for her age and that she could grow with for some years? I have looked at cliknkids, nabi nickolodean, enmatic fun tab, I am so confused, I want to stay under $200 if I can, you do a great job, love reading and learning what you have to say, thanks,

    • I would go with an older kids tablet like Kindle Fire HDX or Google Nexus.

  3. I am thinking of getting this for my son, he really likes to play on my tablet I have some games loaded from Google play. Do you know if with this tablet I would be able to download some of those things for him? I think with all the added software on this he should be happy with it like it is but I think that would be an added bonus.thank you for posting the video it really helps us parents!

    • They will be adding Google Play to this tablet, hopefully January. The release date still says early 2013. It will add a lot more options as far as how many games will be available.

  4. I decided to purchase a tablet for my 7 yr old son for Christmas. He had basically taken possession of my ipad, and I decided that it was time for his own. Snce there was no way I could afford an ipad, I did a ton of research (lots on this great site!), and decided to get the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon edition. I was really drawn to the educational programs and the parental controls.

    I didn’t get a chance to play with a Nabi before I bought it (the display models at Best Buy were dead and no one could figure out where the cords were). I bought the Nabi anyway, figuring it got such great reviews from other parents that it would be fine. Unfortunately, the Nabi fell well short of my expectations and I’ve decided to return it tomorrow.

    Here’s a list of our issues:

    1. The parental controls didn’t work – at all. I’m not technologically challenged, but even after watching videos on setting the controls and calling the company to see if they fix the problem, the controls still didn’t work right. The time limited set were completely ignored. The sleep mode was set for 9pm to 8am and at 11am it would still give us the sleep screen. Customer service was great but their suggestions didn’t fix anything.

    2. The screen is so touchy that its hard to scroll through screems without accidentally opening up an app, starting a video or whatever. I thought maybe it was just my son, but none of the 4 adults I asked to test it out had an easy either. In fact, my friend said she was ready to throw the thing out the window after 10 minutes! Whatever was going on with the screen made it extremely frustrating to play the Spongebob games where you had to drag items.

    3. So slow! I was shocked at how slow the Nabi was. Everything took forever to open up and opening websites in the browser was ridiculous. I thought it was just our wifi connection but we tried it using other wifi networks and same deal. Maybe the ipad has spoiled us, but waiting for the game to load, having things freeze up, not being able to load websites….ugh.

    While I am disappointed in our experience, I’m willing to entertain the thought that perhaps I happened to buy a faulty Nabi. Other parents seem to have rave reviews and no problems. I’m so unhappy with it that I’m not going to pursue getting an exchange however.

    • It’s definitely not as fast as an iPad, Nexus, or Kindle Fire HDX. Some of those are not a far stretch in price either. It’s not built for streaming and surfing the web. This product was also produced nearly 2 years ago and most of the tablets are running a 1.6 GHz to 2.2 GHz processor now. At the time the Nabi 2 was produced it was one of the fastest on the market with a quad core 1.3 GHz.

      A lot of your concerns are probably the difference between an much more expensive product, iPad. There will be a new Dreamtab coming out this year and I expect it to be much faster and built to stream a lot better. 2 issues that are causing the products to fall behind.

  5. Hi! Hoping you can help a bit as it seems like you have a lot of knowledge re: kids tablets. My daughter is almost 2 and we are looking at getting her a tablet for mostly educational purposes. We are looking for something affordable, $200 or less, but also something that we can use for accessing the internet and downloading some apps. We are not tech savvy people as we don’t even have smart phones, but feel like we should get a tablet so our daughter does not fall behind with technology exposure. My husband does have an Ipad through work which she loves to watch videos on but we are unable to download apps to it. Would love to have an interactive tablet as I think she would really like it. Can you recommend something that might work for us? Also, we have wifi at our house but we often travel to my parent’s lakehouse that does not have any internet access. Is there a tablet on which apps can be accessed without wifi or is there a cheap solution for wifi on the go that we can use with the tablet? Thanks in advance for your time and expertise! I appreciate it!

    • So your best educational choice is going to be a Nabi. It has great parental controls, good kids content, and much more. The special editions have very limited memory left over which can be a frustration in the future. I think at 2 your best option will actually be the Nabi Jr Nick Jr which has 16 GB and the same processor as a Nabi 2. It’s a little smaller but is actually designed and loaded with content for the 2 to 6 year old range. This is the tablet I chose for my 2 year old nephew.

  6. Hi Ryan
    I recently purchased the Nabi 2 special Edition for my son. Do you know when Google play will be avaiable for this version

    • I haven’t seen an exact date yet. It’s still pending with an early 2014 release date.

  7. What is the difference between the Nick Jr and the Disney edition? I have a 2.5 yr old but can’t decide one to get.

    • The only thing different is the included apps. If your speaking about the Nabi Jr Nick Jr it will have a lot more appropriate apps for your child.

      If your talking about the 2 different Nabi 2′s they are the same but one with Disney characters and the other with Nickelodeon characters.

  8. Is there a way to access videos via AmazonPrime on the Nabi Jr Nick Jr edition?

    • This is still a process I have been testing but you can sideload the apps necessary for Amazon Prime to work. I will do video as soon as I have perfected and tried more than one way so I can determine which one will be easiest for the majority of parents.

  9. which is a better buy and has the least problems between the nabi 2 and the nick edition( not the jr.)

    • They are actually the same tablet but the Nickelodeon edition has more apps on it.

    • There actually the same tablet but the Nick edition has more apps on it.

  10. I am not internet savvy at all and have recently purchased the nabi2 nickelodeon edition for my niece and I realize that none of the NICK games are playable without the use of a wifi connection. I was under the impression that all of the content was preloaded and ready to go which was one of the biggest reasons I went with this tablet. What would be the cheapest way for me to connect it to the internet on the go. I do not see a slot for an HDMI cord to tether internet from my phone or hot spot. PLEASE HELP ME!

    • It’s actually a mini HDMI slot. You can tether it to your phone through the wifi. Depending on your phone and what carrier you use that may be the cheapest solution.

      Another cheap solution is a company called net10. They do hotspot modems that you can connect to.

  11. I’m trying to decide what to get my 3 1/2 year old for Christmas… I def want a nabi…just can’t decide between the nabi nick Jr or the nabi 2. I like that the content is geared more to his age now on the Jr but it just feels like a toy and I’m scared he won’t like it. Can you get most of the apps on it on the nabi 2? Are they ones you have to pay for? Also, the wings program…is it the same on both of the tablets?
    Thanks so much,

    • No the Nabi 2 has the challenge but not the full Wings app. My son is 5.5 years old and cares very little for the way the Nabi Jr looks. He just picks it up and plays regardless. Children aren’t as concerned with this if the content is engaging. I would get the Nabi Jr Nick Jr model.

      • Hello Ryan, I am not computer savvy at all and have recently purchased the nabi2 nickelodeon edition for my niece and I realize that none of the NICK games are playable without the use of a wifi connection. I was under the impression that all of the content was preloaded and ready to go which was one of the biggest reasons I went with this tablet. Can u please help me in deciding What would be the cheapest way for me to connect it to the internet on the go. I do not see a slot for an HDMI cord to tether internet from my phone or hot spot. PLEASE HELP ME! Thanks

        • You can tether with the WiFi. Depending on your phone you should be able to make it visible to the tablet so you can connect it. There is a mini HDMI not the full size HDMI on this tablet.

          There is a company called Net Zero(I believe, memory is a little rusty) that offers good rates on portable hot spots.

  12. Hi Ryan Hope all is well…I have a quick question….My son is almost 3 and I am thinking about buying the Nabi jr Nickelodeon Edition…will I be able to download games from google play (Android Market) as well?

    • You will be able to download Android apps from Amazon Appstore but not Google Play. I have not seen a root for this tablet either so not an option right now.

  13. Hi I just bought nabi2 nick edition but I can’t find wings university app on it do u know if it comes on it cause I only see wings challenge

    • The Wings challenge is the app included on this one. The Fooz University is the education and you will need to have agreed to the coppa agreement and created a Nabi account to have access to this. Scroll all the way to the right to find it.Must be connected to WiFi.

      • Im undecided between nabi 2 special editions..

        I have some questions
        I was looking at the disney edition having live tv does nickelodeon have it as well? And the karaoke?

        Or they both have the same content just with different characters?

        • The Nickelodeon edition does not have the Nick channels or Karaoke. Those are part of the Disney content. They have the same amount of apps but different kinds of apps, videos, and books.

  14. I am so torn! I have a 3 1/2 year old daughter who is very smart. I was trying to choose between Nabi Nick Jr, Nabi 2 Nick or Disney, and SG 3 Tab.
    I think I’ve narrowed it down to Nabi brand because of the educational content.
    I really like the content that comes on the Nabi Nick Jr, I have already purchased it, but I cannot figure out how to get to amazon marketplace, there is only 1 marketplace in the Mommy mode and looks like slim pickins.

    Can the Nabi Jr do everything the Nabi 2 can do, or does Nabi 2 have more capabilities? It is not the most user friendly interface for adding more than it comes with. She loves My Little Ponies, but I could not find any apps for that. I also do not want her to outgrow it to quickly, as they are all a bit expensive. Also the Nabi 2 screen is sooo small.
    I wish they made a Nabi 2 with the Nick Jr content!

    Help me choose! Should I stick with the Nabi Jr or go back and trade for the Nabi 2 Disney/Nick?

    • Click your Fan A Tech button and the first choice is get Amazon AppStore. Click the Get Amazon AppStore link and then download it and install it. You will probably have to check mark the allow from unknown sources for it to install but your tablet will prompt you to do so when you try to install it.

      I agree the screen is small but you actually have twice the memory with the Nabi Jr Nick Jr. Your other option is by the Nabi 2 and then download apps from the Amazon AppStore.

  15. Hi, I have a 3.5 yr old boy and I am torn between the jr and tab 2 both nick editions,.. in your opinion which one would u get? I am afraid if I get the jr he will get bored or think its to babyish for him as he plays on our galaxy tab 2 alot and has no problems..then with the tab 2 nick edition im afraid it will be too far advanced and geared towards 7 and 8 yr olds and he wont get the games anf understand the learning activities,,, any help would b appreciated

    • My son is 5 and was able to play them all. I realize yours is a little younger but it will keep him busy for now and he will grow into the rest. The Nabi 2 is just a much better long term purchase he won’t grow out of until his tweens.

  16. Hi Ryan

    I purchased the Leappad 2 for my then 3yr old last Xmas, but he recently cracked the screen and now Im searching for a replacement. Because he absolutely loves Nick Jr TV programs such as Team Umizoomi, Bubble Guppies, Yo Gabba Gabba and Fresh Beat Band Im leaning towards the Leappad Ultra. However he also hogs my cell phone for Android apps like Angry Birds and few other educational and sports apps. It would ideal to have a tablet like toy that will allow me to have the best of both worlds (Downloadable Nick Jr full-length videos and Android Apps/games) and all the preloaded eduction tools for a 4 yr old.

    What would be the best option that will allow me to download Android apps/games and full-length Nick Jr videos?

    • I would go with the Nabi Jr Nick Jr which has all of those characters and some videos already preloaded. It’s Android and has the Angry Bird series through the Amazon Appstore.

      • Thanks for the quick response. Two more question – (1)Besides the preloads, are you able download additional Nick Jr and Disney Jr shows on the Nabi Jr or Nabi 2??

        (2)Will these be live streaming or downloads that can be accessed at anytime?

        I really appreciate your feedback and you’re doing a great job with your responses, they are very helpful!!

        • Your welcome. I haven’t seen any live streaming to the tablets but you can always find downloads which can either be formatted or are already in MP4 format. Also they have a lot on YouTube.

          They also have included videos yacht require internet because they are just links with thumbnails.

  17. Hi which is a better tablet in comparison with the Kurio and Nabi 2. I can’t seem to make up my mind.


    • It really depends on the age of the child and how rough they are with toys.


    • I would get the Nabi 2 again just because he may not like the smaller screen. You can put movies on both. You have to rip the DVD to your PC or to the SD card from your PC. If you do not have a ripper and do not want to pay for one then search “AVGO” and they offer a FREE one and you won’t get all the spyware and toolbar add ons these other companies will send you. All you have to do is rip them in an MP4 format and put ES File Explorer on your tablet and they will show up in the Galleries. I will probably do a video displaying this soon as it is a common question.

      • So you think I should get him the nabi 2 new edition he likes bubble guppies n team umi and I know the nabi jr has all that but he was used to the nabi 2 n so I dont know what to get.

      • Thanks for posting this valuable information. You have probably answered this already. I have a 27 month old little girl that loves to play with my iPad and iPhone. I purchased the Nabi 2 today since it was on sale at Best Buy for $129.99. She is my only child and I now feel like I should have purchaed the Nabi Jr Nick Jr for her. I did not purchase the JR because I felt like the demo was moving quite slow. Although the Nabi Jr Nick Jr will cost more than the Nabi 2, I just feel like the tablet is a bit more advanced. And although she can grow into the tablet, I just feel like she would learn better on the Nabi Jr. Do you have any thoughts or recommendations?

        • I’m almost positive the demo model is not the same as the one we are talking about. The Nick Jr model has been upgraded to the Tegra 3 processor which is the same as the Nabi 2 but you get twice the memory. I like the apps for younger children on the Nabi Jr Nick Jr model. They are geared towards a 3 year old. I wouldn’t say you have to take it back though. There are lots of Fisher Price apps available to the Nabi 2 through the Amazon AppStore.

  19. This is the best site ever. My 4 years old twin girls fight over my iPhone and iPad, I was torn on which tablet to get them for Christmas, until I found your site. I decided on Nabi 2, they are obsessed with puff girls on netflix.
    Game stop is selling Nabi 2 for $129.99. You have to go to the store, it’s not available on line.
    Thanks Ryan!

  20. HI, I am wondering if the Nabi 2 Nickeloldeon edition is age approprate for an 8year old? My daughter asked specifically for this for Christmas. I want to make sure it isn’t too babyish for her.

    • Prime ages for this tablet are 4 to 12. It has a lot of regular nickelodeon content, not nick jr. It features things like spongebob and TMNT.

  21. I echo everybody else – thank you for this website! It’s making my decision a little easier. I am in need to purchasing 3 tablets for a 4 year old, 6 year old, and 7 year old.

    Question 1 is : You discussed the Black Friday sales for the Nabi 2 – but I’m unclear if this sale will extend to the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon tablet?

    Question 2 is : I’m not a big fan of Sponge Bob. If I purchase the Nickelodeon edition – would I be able to disable or ‘parent protect’ my kids from accessing these shows/materials?

    • They are not discounting the 2 new special editions. That content will also not be available to add to a Nabi 2 if you buy the regular Nabi 2.

      You can remove the cards from the Nabi mode and they will still be installed on the tablet but not displayed for the child to play.

      Thanks for the question and comment.

      • Reading your review of the Nabi 2 had definitely convinced me to get it. Do you know of anyplace that will have the Nabi 2 NICKELODEON version on sale? I was confused when you were writing about buying it at Walmart now, then getting the price difference refunded. As far as I can see, it is only the Nabi 2 on sale for Black Friday (not the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon.) Thank you, hope you know the answer to this!

        • The nickelodeon edition will not be on sale. I doubt it will be sold at any discount this year because it just came out in October. Also a Walmart associate told me they will only have limited copies of the regular model and you have to be there to get that price on Black Friday.

          Also their price match offer is only usable if it is an ad from another store. So if Best Buy had it at that price they would match it. I’m not sure how much is true and not true. Their commercial states shop early and if the price goes down they will give you the difference on a gift card.

  22. Ryan,

    I have 3 boys ages 6,7, and 9. They are all very computer literate. Each has their own laptop. I am wondering if the Nabi 2 is too young for them. Do you have any idea or suggestions on a tablet that would be good for them? I purchased off-brand tablets for them last Christmas and they are slow and the boys get frustrated with them. The boys are very capable of downloading from the play store. I have no doubts in my mind that they could navigate without any problems on an “adult” tablet. I am looking for a tablet that can keep up with multiple downloads, that has expandable memory, one that is more kid-proof. They love playing games and watching movies and TV shows.

    I hope you can help,


  23. I went out to buy a tab for my 4 yr old and I had purchased the Nabi2 nick addition and then seen the Disney addition and I am wondering can I add the Disney stuff on the Nick Nabi?

    • As of right now you can’t. The special content only comes on the tablet you purchased, Either Nickelodeon or Disney.

  24. Hello,

    I’m looking to purchase two tablets – one for my 2.5yr old daughter, the other for my almost 6yr old son.

    I’m torn between the clickN Kids and the Nabi. They have the leappad, but my son has lost interest, and my daughter would prefer my phone. They don’t necessarily have to be the same, but I’m not totally sure. I’m leaning towards the Nabi for my son, but not sure about my daughter. Insight based on age ranges specifically would be great please and thank you.
    Your site is great!

    • Thank you. What are your son’s interests? If he is like my son then the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon is perfect, A mix of TMNT and Spongebob. You can also do movies and a lot more with it. If your not really interested in the educational side of the tablets then a Kindle Fire HD is also another great option. It has FreeTime Unlimited and my son is in Love with both of these. He is 5 and they are his blue and red iPad’s. Not sure where he picked up every tablet is an iPad, lol.

      For your daughter if she is not interested in the LeapPad then your best bet is the Nabi Jr Nick Jr. It is 5″ Android tablet and has a nice swivel camera and a lot of characters like Bubble Guppies and Dora. Another alternative is the Nabi 2 Disney which will also has a lot of interesting content, including the Disney channel live, that will get you your cell phone back.

      Thanks for your question and comment. If you have more specifications that you would like to narrow your search with then let me know and I’ll be glad to help. Hope you will share our website with your friends.

  25. Great site Ryan! I was going to to for the iPad because my 4 year old loves to get on youtube and watch nascar races and look at people reviewing the different Disney Cars toys/games. Can you put Youtube on the Nabi mode?

    • Thank you and yes definitely you can get the YouTube app through the Amazon AppStore and will open in the browser.

      Feel free to leave any other questions you have.

      Please recommend us on FB or G+ If you found this site to be helpful.

      • Thank you! I will for sure!

      • In the our opinion is it worth the etrra money to go with the nabi jr nick and nabi 2 nick? I am torn because that is $60 difference when I buy both for my kids and 60 is a lot around Christmas…

        • They both have a lot of extra content. On the Nabi Jr Nick Jr it is almost a must because it is not just the content that is upgraded but the tablet itself. I’ll give you some insider advice on a Black Friday deal. Get your Nabi Jr Nick Jr now and you can save a ton of money at Walmart at 8 PM Thanksgiving night, Walmart is also price matching right now so you could get them both now and they will give you back the difference if something goes on sale later. Verify with your local Walmart but that is my understanding through talking to them. The Nabi 2 is going to be $99 on Thanksgiving at 8 pm. So I just saved you more than $80 during Christmas season and you can get the Nabi Jr Nick Jr.

          • Hello,

            Reading through your reviews about the Nabi 2 and the different editions they thaw out right now. To just clarify, if I decide to buy the nabi 2, I will not be able to view Nick Jr shows (my son is obsessed with yo gabba gabba now) or Disney shows?

            With the Walmart black Friday deal are you saying if I purchase it now, I can go back on black Friday and get the difference of what it’s going for that day?

            Lastly you mention it can get rooted so I maybe able to get Google play on it (I’m currently hearing it’s not compatible with google play for now)

            By the way my son is only almost 15 months. I know it’s too early to get him such a device but I want to have a tablet for a few years to come.

            Thank for your inputs, very helpful.

          • The special content is not available. You can most likely find those shows on NetFlix but not 100% sure as I use Amazon Prime instead of NetFlix now.

            You can get the difference but they are going to put it on a gift card. Walmart is trying to boost pre Black Friday sales.

            It’s not May be able to get Google Play. I have it I my Nabi devices but it voids your one year manufacturers warranty. There are plenty of developers who have written overwrites to the Nabi Rom which prevents you downloading Google Play. These companies refuse to release it but the techies have done it for us anyways.

            At $99 this is a good device for any adult as well. I may pick up an extra.

  26. Hello Ryan,

    I was just doing a google search on the nabi 2, and ran across your video. You are amazing and very detailed. One quick question! Does the Nabi 2Nickelodeon edition has the time controls to set up the morning/bedtimesong? Overall does it talks to you??

    • Thank you, you can definitely get that song and play it on the tablet but I don’t think you can set it up to play every night at a certain time without actually doing some programming on the tablet.

      They do have books that read to you as well. The apps are definitely programmed to tell you how to play them as well.

      Thank you for the question and comment.

  27. Hello!

    I have a 1 1/2 and 3 1/2 year old. Debating on getting two Nabi Jr Nick Jr tablets or two Nabi 2 tablets. I want to get them the same so they don’t fight over each others. In your opinion which would be better? They are both very smart boys and play with our IPad constantly. We do have a Leappad but they have seemed to loose interest with it. I was thinking of getting the Nabi 2 Nick edition for the older boy and Nabi 2 Disney for younger. My concern with the Nabi 2 was its durability but it seems to be really tough. Also do you think the games included would be too advanced for their ages? Thanks!

    • That’s a tough situation and you are right they probably will fight over the tablets if you get 2 different kinds. The Nabi Jr Nick Jr is going to have more content developed for that age range. It will do everything the Nabi 2 will do it is just a little smaller. I personally would save the money and when your youngest gets to about the 3 to 4 year old range then maybe invest in something new. The Nabi Jr should last you at least 3 years for both of them and then you can upgrade to what will probably be the Nabi 3 by then.

      Thanks for the question and that is just my recommendation. You will find some content for your children on the Nabi 2 but it is more suited for 5 to 10 as far as included apps and education. I almost done with my video review of this tablet and it will give you a clearer view of what your kids will get.

      Thanks for the comment and I hope you will share our site with your friends on FB and G+.

  28. I have been researching kids tablets and almost bought the Nabi 2, but I kept seeing reviews of it freezing, having to reset it, and it not holding a charge. I also read that many had problems getting a replacement charger. What are your thoughts? I have a 6 1/2 and 4 1/2 boys and they are outgrowing their leap pad.

  29. My 4 year old son has the NABI 2 but today accidentally shattered his screen. I had a warranty plan and have already been reimbursed for my purchase. I originally purchased his tablet back in Feb of this year. He was in love with this tablet so I’ll definitely be getting another one. I’ve noticed that there is now a Nickelodeon Nabi with some upgrades. My question is whether or not you can move apps to the SD card. I could never get it work on the original Nabi 2 and that was my only complaint. If moving the apps is not an option, I probably re-purchase the original Nabi 2. Thanks in advance for your help!

    • Someone else asked this. I will post a video in the Nabi 2 video for you guys. There is also a Disney edition so it’s just whether he likes Toy Story or Spongebob. Your video is at the bottom of the page.

  30. Hi could you tell me the difference between the nickelodeon and didn’t nabi2s. Is there a better one or does one offer more? Thank you!! Hillary

    • I meant nickelodeon and disney nabi2s. Sorry about that!!

      • The only difference between the Disney Edition and Nickelodeon Edition is the extra content those companies put on the Nabi 2. Disney focuses on all their characters including the Pixar characters and Nickelodeon is a lot of Spongebob and TMNT.

        • Is there anyway the software added to the special editions can be added to the original Nabi2? My son loves Ninja Turtles!

          • To my knowledge no. I can’t say what they are going to do in the future because Fuhu has since upgraded their stance on providing consumers with older tablets the option to get the newer stuff. I haven’t had any luck getting the PR team to work with me at all. I know they are busy with Christmas coming up but most of the companies are kind enough to return my inquiries and emails considering I’m providing info on their products. Sorry I don’t have a better answer than that. The new Nickelodeon edition has a ton of TMNT stuff on it and I know how little boys want to be ninjas, mine beats me up all the time because I’m the Shredder, lol.

  31. Hi,

    First of all thank you for the great review, I was still on the fence about this tablet, but not after this.
    I tried to submit a request through the contact us page but keep getting an error message. If you still have the tablet available I would love to buy it from you!

    Thank you for your time.

    • I actually did get your email and replied back to you. Not sure why it said it wasn’t working but it did contact me. I will let you know by this evening if it is still available.

  32. Hi Ryan McCracken,
    I was wondering have you sold the Nabi 2 Nickelodeon Edition in the video yet?

    • Was looking around researching all the tablets for kids, was stuck on LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra Kids’ Learning Tablet or the Nabi 2 Thanks to your review video (Your review was great!) and made my decision on buying a Nabi Jr.
      I think I am going to go with the Nabi 2 Disney Edition Tablet because my little girl loves Disney Jr channel and anything Disney.
      Thank you again and have a safe and Happy Halloween.

      • I’m really glad you enjoyed the video. I intend on doing videos for all of them. Visitors have shown enough support in buying tablets that it will be financially feasible so I can show parents everything on the tablets so they have a really good feel for the product they are going to get.

        I think that is a really good choice considering you get the opportunity to watch the Disney channels as well.

        Thank you for your comment and visit. I hope you will share on Facebook so your other friends can find this website as well.

        Have a happy Halloween as well and be safe!:-)

    • No I haven’t sold it yet. I have already done the factory reset and it’s ready to go.

      • I would love to buy this tablet. Please tell me it’s still available. Let me know what I need to do in order to buy it. Thank you in advance.

    • I still have it. Just go to the contact us page and then send me an email and we will work the rest out.

  33. I am considering purchasing the ClickN Kids but my first thought was the Nabi 2 I am trying to compare the two to get a better idea of which would be best for my kids. I have a 5yr old and a 7yr old. They have been asking for the Nabi 2 but looking at the features of the ClickN Kids I am leaning in that direction the number one selling point for me is that it has google play which means the games I have for them on my phone I can put on their tablet to keep them off my phone. My question is with the Nabi2 are you able to download games for free or do you need a subscription and also with the Nabi 2 are you able to browse the internet? Like sites such as youtube?

    • There are 3 stores to download games with: nabi store, Amazon AppStore, and 1 mobile go. You do have an internet browser as well. You can add any urls you want to their browser. It’s built to grow with a child from ages 4 and up. If I didn’t have so many tablets it would be one that I could use myself. There is a way to add Google Play to the Nabi 2 but it generally will void your 1 year warranty with Fuhu. I’m thinking of doing a video on it because several people have asked me about it

  34. Hello I am trying to decide which tablet would be good for my grandbabies. They will be 3 years old and one of them has a slight speech problem. So we are trying to get a product that will also help with his speech, keep them entertained while being educated. Any suggestions. I have checked out the ClickN Kids and the Nabi Jr but I was wondering with the programs on these tablets have monthy fees?

    • The ClickN kids tablet is great for reading and has no monthly fees. The software that is included is already on there and you never have to purchase anything else. If you want more of an all around education you are much better off with a Nabi product. They are much more well rounded products and have Kindergarten through 5th grade material. Nabi does have optional monthly fee programs for their Spinlets TV and music program but they are not necessary. You can just as easily put Netflix or Amazon Prime on these tablets and get plenty of entertainment for $8 a month for all three grandchildren.

      If you have any more questions then feel free to ask. Thanks for the comment.

      • One more question sorry, which Nabi are you speaking about? The Nabi Jr, Nabi 2 or the Nabi Nickelodeon Edition? Or are you saying any of the above will do? These little tikes are boys and they will be 3 years old.

        • Realistically you could get any of these and they will work. I think the Nabi 2 will grow with them and be a better long term investment. The Nickelodeon and Disney edition just have some additional content added to them. Don’t be sorry I built this website to help people.

  35. Do you reccomend the Nabi jr as well? I have an almost 3 year old and was going to get her the jr and get the Nabi 2 for my almost 8 year old. They can be passed down as they get older.

    • Most definitely. Make sure you get the Nabi Jr. Nick Jr. edition. They updated the processor more memory and the Nick Jr. software for $40 more. Plus you get the updated android OS. Much better bargain.

  36. Thanks for keeping us abreast of the ever-changing tablet market, Ryan. I’ll stop here first next time I need a tablet. :-)

    • No problem Bill. Technology is always changing and hard to keep up with so I just try and make it a little easier. My grandma always said “buy the best that you can afford because of how quickly it changes and then you are outdated and have to make a new purchase.”

  37. Hi,
    I want to say Thank you for all the research you’ve done about these tablets.
    It seems that you are very fond over the Nabi 2.
    I am deciding between the Nabi 2 and the ClickN Kids. I do have one question that hopefully you can answer… Does the Nabi 2 or Click feature a “read to me” mode?

    This will be my deciding factor. Please respond…Christmas is fastly approaching…lol


    • My fondness of the Nabi 2 relies in it’s versatility of all the things I valued when buying a tablet for kids. It is durable, educational, entertaining, and super fast. Fuhu is one of the fastest growing companies in the World because they offer a product that meets the values of it’s consumers. The only tablet I can positively confirm a read me mode is, the new kindle fire hd and hdx which turns any book into an audio book. The two you are considering will both have ebook options that will read to your child but not that have software like the kindle fires.

      I always respond quickly because without you and other visitors this site serves no purpose. I really appreciate you leaving a comment and I hope this clarifies things. One last note is that the ClickN Kids Tablet is a very new product and the failures that may occur in a kids tablet are not found until the 3 to 6 month mark, generally. The Nabi 2 is a confirmed great long term buy.

      Thanks Cheryl

  38. THANK YOU!!!! for making such an amazing site! My husband & I have been hunting for kiddy safe tablets for our 3 & 7yr olds. Found one, but starting looking up reviews which is how I’d come across your site. The details in which you’ve outlined each tablet is something astonishing! We’ve learned more on your site then we have with anything or anyone else. So…. Thank you, because without your site we would’ve been lost & most likely would’ve purchased a poor quality tablet with low success of getting our $$ worth. Keep up this amazing site as we will be recommending it to everyone we know!


    Stacey C.

    • Wow. Thank You so much. I have been working so hard to help parents so they don’t have to struggle with what I went through, way to much research and searching. Every site I went to just said buy this tablet or buy an iPad mini. I don’t have anything against apple because I have an iPad mini but I know they are kinda fragile and not really for young kids.

      These are my favorite comments because it makes me believe what I have spent hundreds of hours doing is helping other parents. If you want to help our site grow share it on FB or your social media sites.

      So what did you guys decide on?

      Thanks again Stacey

  39. No doubt this arrangement is a win/win situation for both Fuhu and Nickelodeon. These tablets keep getting better and better. Thanks for the post, Ryan.

    • I agree. Fuhu gets to sell more tablets and nickelodeon gets royalties off of their products. I’m real excited to get one of these on my hands and see all the new content they have added

  40. Do you have a press kit available? We may be interested in featuring this in the next issue of Nexos Latinos® Magazine.

    • I’m currently working to build a relationship with Fuhu and they seem very eager and happy to move forward. I have your email so if you give me a day or two I’ll put it together and send it to you.

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