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Make Your Kids' Christmas Dreams Come True with MEEP!

Media release : October 30, 2012

Make Your Kids' Christmas Dreams Come True with MEEP!

Hate to share? Tired of crumbs pervading your laptop? Fed up with sticky little fingers clambering to get to your gadgets? Keep the kids happy this Christmas and make their dreams come true with MEEP! - the one-stop entertainment fix for kids!

The brand new MEEP! tablet is the ultimate gift for kids this season - featuring educational games, ebooks, apps, movies, music a camera and more - all at the touch of a finger, the android-based MEEP! is guaranteed to keep the kids happy this holiday season!

An innovative, interactive, Wi-Fi enabled tablet that features amazing zForce® touch screen technology designed for kids age 6 and above, the MEEP! tablet features a durable design and an enhanced rubber silicon sleeve for added protection from bumps, scratches and falls!

And when it comes to feeling secure about what your kids have access to, the MEEP! tablet offers unique Cloud based parental control, accessible from any PC, smartphone or tablet with a browser. KidSafe Certified, the MEEP! tablet lets you rest assured knowing you can carefully select content, control the way your kids access the Internet, know what they're doing with the tablet (log files), approve all their friend requests and downloads, and set designated playtime.

You can also add virtual coins for use in the MEEP! Store and allocate them to the kids for apps, treats and rewards - its pocket money for tech savvy kids!

With an exciting range of accessories on offer*, the MEEP! tablet is truly a one-stop entertainment centre for kids that's perfect for both home and travel! Kids can get their game face on with a joystick and steering wheel, or dance to the beat with a portable piano, drum pad, microphone and more!

And don't forget to pack the MEEP! tablet for summer road trips, when kids can challenge their siblings or buddies on an interactive game for 2 with the Game Pro Case.

But don't just take our word for it! The MEEP! tablet has also received both international acclaim and awards, including the acclaimed Grand Prix du Jouet 2012 (Toy Awards), along with coveted inclusions in Top Toy Trends of 2012 and Top Toy Lists.

John Whittaker says the MEEP! tablet is unique in its ability to bring back parental control to kids' technology, while retaining the fun, entertainment and education for kids themselves.

"The MEEP! tablet delights, entertains and educates kids through its innovative offerings, all at the touch of a finger. We're confident that Kiwi kids are going to love the MEEP! tablet as much as we do!"

The MEEP! tablet $269.99 is available from November from Harvey Norman and Noel Leeming stores.

For more information, visit www.meeptablet.com

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Notes to Editors:

The MEEP! tablet offers:

• 1.0GHz Cortex A8 processor with 512MB RAM

• 7" vivid touch screen with latest zForce® touch-screen technology responds quickly to any touch

• Screen Dimensions: 800 pixels wide x 480 pixels high

• Stream content from tablet to television through HDMI (2160 pixels)

• 4 GB internal storage, plus SD card slot to install additional memory

• Built-in Wi-Fi® for instant Internet access

• Built in camera for taking photos and videos

• G Sensor enabled

• Colorful and durable silicone sleeve provides a safe grip

• Product dimensions : 145 x 96x 18mm


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