There are a lot of options out there for kids’ slates, such as Amazon’s Fire tablet for children, for example. But what about laptops. If you’re looking for the first laptop to give a young one, the Tanoshi Scholar just might fit the bill. The latest laptop from the Shark Tank-winning startup sports a 10.1-inch HD touchscreen as well as a detachable keyboard for folks who want to get the best of both worlds.
It’s built to be a bit more durable than typical laptops as well. The Scholar can survive drops of a little over 2.5 feet and is also splash proof. The Tanoshi comes pre-loaded with several apps for schoolwork such as Google Docs and Google Earth. Its Android 10 operating system also means you can install apps from the Google Play Store. Average battery life is about six hours. Tanoshi, by the way, is the Japanese word for fun, just in case you’re wondering.