clickitystix1403 wrote:I would like it if you would "chime in". I am in the process of buying one, and would like to hear what you have to add...
Overall it's a very very solid product. I have one for each of my two kids (6 and 9). There are a still a few issues with the Nabi store due to the overwhelming demand on their pay system, but adding the Amazon app store is quite painless and allows access to far more variety. From browsing the Nabi-store, the apps seem geared to the younger set. I haven't purchased any yet.
Technically, the device is very strong. I loaded both with 32GB sd cards straight away, and movies/music play just fine (as long as they are encoded correctly)
One big quibble is with the viewing angle. It's fine from top left and right, but goes wonky from the bottom. Not a big deal unless you're holding the device in portrait mode (many games) and have a spectator.
"Nabi mode" is very very locked down. Some games won't play (e.g. Ice Age)and some free games block access to in-game ads (a good thing)
I would buy it again at $150 or less, but $199 gets it close to Nexus territory and more flexibility/accessories/apps/storage at the loss of sdCard+HDMI+very solid kid-safe mode.