Kid Computer Unveils Kids Cybernet Station

Posted: Jan 19 2010, 5:32am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:57pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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If your kid is anything like mine, he or she probably comes home from school talking about the latest cool game or website his friends have found online. With the huge amount of inappropriate content online, allowing your kid to surf the web is an issue for many parents. If you are ready to get your kid their first computer, the Kids CyberNet Station has been revealed.

The machine is an all-in-one computer that is aimed directly at the child/student. The machine uses Intel dual-core processors, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, has a DVD drive, and comes with a 19-inch touchscreen monitor.

Graphics are via Intel GMA and the machine runs Windows 7. The maker says that the machine comes with "a lot" of software including a virtual CD program so you don’t have to change discs. One of the programs locks out all Windows features you don’t want your kid clicking on. The machine has available software packages for early learning ages 2-5, Elementary learning ages 5-11, and middle & High school for 11 to 18. The machine starts at $1999, which is overpriced for what you get.

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