There’s obviously a market for tablets aimed at kids, and if there’s money to be made with a type of device, you can bet Samsung is going to pursue it. Samsung has already made the kid-friendly edition of their Galaxy Tab 3 official, but now we’re getting a US release date. On November 10th, you’ll be able to pick up one of these tablets for $229, which is just slightly more expensive than the base Tab 3. It runs standard TouchWiz, but there’s also a child-friendly mode that’s way more colorful and comes with features just for managing what your child can do with the tablet.
It looks like it also comes with the extra goodies that the normal Tab 3 does, including $10 of Google Play credit, some free Hulu Plus, 50 GB of free Dropbox space, and 12 months of Boingo WiFi access. You know, in case you want to take this tablet on a business trip and access your work documents on Dropbox with it.