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VTech KidiBuzz G2 Kids’ Electronics Smart Device with KidiConnect, Black

  • ASIN: B07PSB2M7V
  • Dimension: 0.75 * 7.05 * 3.8 inches
  • WEIGHT: 13.4 Ounces
  • Quantity Left: 999

PKR Rs. 18,918.00 /-


Color: Black The KidiBuzz G2 is the Wi-Fi smart device that kids and parents will love Kids get the messaging photography games and music they want—and parents get peace of mind knowing kids can play connect and learn along the way Pair this device with the free KidiConnect app to send texts voice messages images and to approve your child’s contact list Passcode-protected parental controls also let you set time limits and add your own list of specifically approved websites The Wonder Masks app lets kids add movement-responsive face filters to pictures For augmented reality fun they can play Creature Detective which blends AR gaming with learning The KidiBuzz G2 comes with 40+ learning games that cover math spelling science problem-solving music Spanish and more Enjoy access to a free trial of LeapFrog Academy an interactive learning program filled with 2 000 engaging games and activities This device is not a cell phone Intended for ages 4-9 years Lithium-ion battery included Only charge the device using the included micro USB cable with the included power adapter or a computer (not included)

Specifications

Item Weight
13.4 ounces
ASIN
B07PSB2M7V
Item model number
80-186600
Manufacturer recommended age
4 - 9 years
Release date
March 16, 2019
Mfg Recommended age
4 - 9 years
Manufacturer
VTech

Color: Black The KidiBuzz G2 is the Wi-Fi smart device that kids and parents will love Kids get the messaging photography games and music they want—and parents get peace of mind knowing kids can play connect and learn along the way Pair this device with the free KidiConnect app to send texts voice messages images and to approve your child’s contact list Passcode-protected parental controls also let you set time limits and add your own list of specifically approved websites The Wonder Masks app lets kids add movement-responsive face filters to pictures For augmented reality fun they can play Creature Detective which blends AR gaming with learning The KidiBuzz G2 comes with 40+ learning games that cover math spelling science problem-solving music Spanish and more Enjoy access to a free trial of LeapFrog Academy an interactive learning program filled with 2 000 engaging games and activities This device is not a cell phone Intended for ages 4-9 years Lithium-ion battery included Only charge the device using the included micro USB cable with the included power adapter or a computer (not included)

Greg B.
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2019

Review:The device works nice and my daughter likes it (a gift for her birthday) but the main reason why we got it for her was for the KidiConnect feature where we can setup approved people she can communicate with through the app (My wife and I and grandparents). The app looks to work as expected on the VTech device but once you install it on your phone it just keeps crashing. Kind of defeats the purpose of the app if I can only see the messages she is sending me by looking at her VTech device. It looks like this was caused by a recent app update or something because the majority of the recent reviews on the google play store are all saying the same thing. Hopefully they fix the problem asap. Once the app is fixed and it is working as advertised then I will readjust my reivew accordingly. Read more

BoyMama123
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2019

Review:I ordered this product as a gift for my 6 year son, and although he loves it, I am pretty disappointed with the quality. The KidiBuzz simulates the style of a cell phone, but is a little larger in actual size. For example it would not fit in most average sized pockets like a phone would. Nonetheless, we still call this my son’s phone because it fits the part for him. The device features a low quality camera that you can rotate to be forward or rear facing. There also filters and frames you can apply to your photos. There are a few games preloaded with the capability to download more, though you will likely need to add an additional SD card as the 8 GB of storage goes quick (some of which is taken up by the operating system and preloaded apps). My son figured out how to use the device basically on his own, so it is intuitive and easy to use. However I would like to note that he already has experience operating my phone, his tablet and generally finds handheld devices fairly easy to figure out. He likes the games and little stories and feels pretty excited to have his own “phone”. My main complaint is how much the device lags when operating. It is slow to open apps, and slow to respond to input. This personally drives me crazy, but doesn’t bother my kiddo so much. The quality of the camera is also low, and so pictures are not very good quality. To me, this device is reminiscent in quality to a tablet I bought my older son 6 years ago, which is crazy considering how many options there are now for handheld devices in this price range. I personally would not choose this device to bring along to entertain my kids over their kindle. I received this product for free in exchange for my review but as of today it was listed at $99 which I felt was expensive for what this was. There are better options, albeit slightly bigger, that provide not only better quality but more options in entertainment for the kids. Read more

Parker-Moore Family
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Released August 14, 2019, this is the generation 2 VTech WiFi device for kids ages 4-9. We already love it after a week of using it. I would image this could be a very hot selling gift this holiday season, the price of $99 at introduction is totally worth it, might even drop in price before the holidays or on Black Friday. Very easy start up and proves a significant amount of control for adding and deleting apps as well as time of day and amount of time restrictions. We also signed up for the LeapFrog Academy which cost $8 per month. It was funny when we first gave it to him, he was talking to it, giving it instructions like it was Alexa. We had to explain that it’s not voice activated. He can take photos, listen to music that we allow on the device, play a few games and the educational apps are fun and hold his attention. For the price of $99, he now has his own device and responsible for charging it, taking care of it and knowing where he leaves it. No more dropping our expensive phones, hunting the house for our phones, or swiping away our messages and calls. For comparison, our iPhone XS Max measures 6.20 x 3.05 x 0.30 in and weighs 7.34 oz. while the Vtech device measures 7 x 3.8 x 0.80 inches and weighs 13.4 oz. The Vtech device is bigger and weighs more, however it’s just slightly smaller than an iPad mini. Although it looks like a phone, it’s not a phone, it’s a WiFi device similar to a WiFi iPad. Overall, we are completely delighted! We loaded the phone with educational apps for math and reading as well as a few creativity apps. Read more

AKZ from FL
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2020

Review:As several have indicated, the VTech KidiBuzz G2 is larger than a standard phone, which is fine (depending on your expectations. It has all the cues of a phone - rectangular, with a stylized border, and a swivel-able camera at the the top of the screen - which is what my little guy wanted. The screen has a "washed" quality, and as you interact with the camera, the processor, and inspect the "tech specs" of the device, it becomes clear that what the company has done here is to take either previous generation components or inferior components and products a product meant to provide a "smart device" like experience to children. (To be fair, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. It makes sense. But it also makes pricing the device properly a difficult exercise.) As I mentioned, the screen has "washed" quality to it, the processor is slow, it only has 8gbs onboard and the camera requires "absolute stillness!" to produce a decent image. Those are the cons. The pros include a thoughtful library of games and utilities, a "talk to you" function that acts as a bridge for children who aren't yet reading at velocity, and a super cool option of "text mom and dad." I'm super judgmental. I see all the deficits. My son is absolutely OVER THE MOON about this thing. He LOVES it, so I'm like "hey...you like it? I like it. Period." At $100, like that red and white circular logo-ed place wants to get for this thing if you buy it in store, I'm not sure this is properly valued. The device is likely "worth" somewhere between 50 and 70, and at $100 the entire paid library should be included for the life of the device. So in summary, I'm like "meh" (with a question mark) and my little guy is like "whoa!" and that equals three stars. Read more

Ale
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on October 3, 2019

Review:Material excelente a mi niña le encanto sin embargo no puedo descargar la aplicación por que No está disponible para Mexico. Cosa que no viene en la información. En cuanto al costo se me hace algo caro para las funciones que va a poder utilizar la niña. Read more

DIANA GISEL ENCISO RODRIGUEZ
Rating:

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on January 18, 2020

Review:A mi hija le encanto, es fácil de usar y tiene muy buenas apps para niños y un navegador seguro, lo único malo es que la aplicación educativa y de mensajes tienen costo extra!! Read more