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SWAG GIVEAWAY: What Celeb Kids Want for Xmas, A Kurio Tablet!

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Want to know what celeb kids like Liam, Stella, Hattie and Finn, Charlotte and Rocky, and even “Mr. President” and Ayden are going to find under the tree this Christmas morning? A Kurio Xtreme tablet.

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Celebs, including Tori Spelling, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Phaedra Parks, Samantha Harris and Donald Faison, and their families got hands on with the new Kurio Xtreme kid tablet from Techno Source at the Santa’s Secret Workshop event this past Saturday, December 6th benefitting L.A. Family Housing.

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In between taking photos with Santa, these famous tikes hung out in the Kurio gaming suite where you could hear a pin drop. Parents loved how the tablet is easy-to-use even if you’re not-so tech savvy, how it prevents their kids from finding inappropriate content online, and how it’s sure to keep their jet-setting kids busy with its $300 worth of pre-loaded content-sure to be a savior on long flights. The kids had tons of fun, especially with the Kurio Motion games, which had them jumping, running and moving as they played sports, racing and learning games.

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  1. Ronald O.

    I like how it prevents kids from finding inappropriate content online. And the $300 worth of pre-loaded content is awesome, too!

  2. Caren

    Besides the silicone bumper to protect the tablet from toddler-sourced disaster, I like the fact that there are parental controls to limit the use of the device for such young kids. Children need to experience the real world more than the virtual at that age, and as we all know as adults, e-toys and devices can be so addicting.