Tanoshi Scholar Kids Laptop Computer for Ages 6-12 with 10.1" HD Touchscreen in Blue or Purple for Distance Learning and Educational Apps Included
The Shark Tank-winning startup, Tanoshi, is excited to announce the Tanoshi Scholar was named 2021 Best Laptop for Elementary Kids on ABC's Good Morning America.
With greater durability, more educational content developed by award-winning educators, and with Zoom and Google Meet compatibility, the Scholar is ideal for distance learning.
The Android 10-based Tanoshi Scholar has all of the features of the Tanoshi 2-in-1 including a detachable ergonomic keyboard, pre-loaded apps for distance learning such as Google Docs & Sheets, learn to code apps, and the ability to use with or without Internet access.
Tanoshi believes every child should have a reliable computer at home, where they can develop the skills necessary for future success.
What’s in the box
- 10.1" tablet
- Detachable keyboard
- Power adapter
- Quick Start Guide
Educational Apps Include
- Google Docs & Sheets
- Google Earth
- Google Play Store
- Nancy Drew Codes & Clues
- Personalized Learning with Socrates
- 1 2 3 Gotcha! Multiplication
- Blue light filter
- Additional pre-loaded apps by award-winning educators
- Available in blue or purple
|Standing screen display size||10.1 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280x800|
|Processor||1.3 GHz arm_v7|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 Hours|
We Want You To Know
- The Tanoshi Scholar is a real computer and not a toy.
- A charger and set up guide are included.
- For orders of 10 computers or more, please email email@example.com for special pricing.
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Compare the NEW Tanoshi Scholar with the original Tanoshi 2-in-1
Video Conferencing Compatible
Whether your child is completing homework assignments or has a Zoom call with their class, learning at home is essential. The Tanoshi Scholar has a front-facing HD camera and built-in microphone for video conferencing.
The Scholar is compatible with, Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Skype.
Distance Learning? No Problem
The Tanoshi Scholar computer is the perfect choice for schoolwork and educational enrichment.
The Scholar runs on Android 10. Most school apps and websites, including Google Classroom, are compatible with Android 7.0 (the Tanoshi 2-in-1 runs on 7.0) and Android 10.
Greater Durability, Splash Proof, Dust Proof
We understand...accidents sometimes happen, especially with tweens.
The Scholar comes with a free tempered glass screen protector.
The built-in, rubber siding is also added protection from accidents.
More Educational Apps
Personalized Learning + Multiplication App Pre-Loaded
In addition to coding apps such as ScratchJr and Nancy Drew Codes & Clues, we added the personalized learning app, Socrates. Through gamification and personalized learning, Socrates encourages kids to keep pushing and increases their desire to learn.
Does your child need more practice with their times tables? 1 2 3 Gotcha! Multiplication has been added - a spin off of the popular tic-tac-toe game, only instead of x's and o's, kids are learning their multiplication tables. Developed by an award-winning school teacher.
Back by Popular Demand: Free Parental Controls & More Privacy
80% of Parents Are Concerned About Security & Privacy
Similar to the Tanoshi 2-in-1 laptop computer, the Scholar also comes with the Google Family Link app pre-loaded, giving parents peace of mind when it comes to their child's computer.
• Approve or deny apps from the Google Play Store
• See how much time your child is spending on apps
• Set your Scholar to automatically turn off at bedtime and turn on the next morning
• Set screen time limits
• Do all of the above and more...all from your smartphone!
Sliding Webcam Cover for Additional Privacy
The fact is, kids are spending more time on their computers.
It doesn't hurt to be extra careful while they're online with a webcam cover, where they can simply block the camera from showing every move they make.