Fuhu just announced the 10.1-inch nabi XD hybrid tablet with dedicated keyboard, designed for tweens. It features an NVIDIA Tegra 3 4-PLUS-1 quad-core processor, front and back cameras, near field communications (NFC) technology, and 10-hours of battery life. The tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system with an IPS 1366×768 HD capacitive touch screen in a sleek aluminum body with trademarked flared corner design.
In partnership with Rightware’s Kanzi user interface solution (UI), nabi XD offers a tiled grid of dynamically updating gadgets, widgets and apps headlines. Pin as many gadgets as you like and move them around just the way you want. Define time and location based rules that dictate when and where your favorite gadgets show up. Want news in the morning and games in the evening? Create a rule for that! nabi XD’s UI lets you create multiple home screens each with your own layout of widgets, gadgets and apps. nabi XD’s home screen gadgets are designed to give you the most relevant information that you want, when you want it. Set rules for your home screens based on GPS locations, Wi-Fi networks and time, allowing you to define which home screen is the most relevant for any situation.
nabi XD will be the first of the nabi family of tablets to feature NFC technologies. NFC allows you to sync devices simply by touching them together — great for Bluetooth syncing or sync nabi’s exclusive family of 16 figurines with your nabi XD and challenge them to amazing battles while leveling up your unique character.
Pricing and Availability
The 10.1-inch nabi XD will be available late December 2012 in limited release and mid-January nationwide. The 16 GB model will be priced $249 and 32 GB for $349. Pad-folio and numerous other accessories will be available mid-January ranging from $19.99 and $89.99.