Most kids tablets aren't as multimedia-reliant as mainstream tablets, but with content like applications, music and photos, storage is still an important consideration. Many come with 8GB of internal storage by default, which is comparable to a budget smartphone.
Alternatives to Kids Tablets
Kids tablets are optimized for children and families, but if your child has aged out of this demographic, similarly value-friendly options are available. Google's Chromebooks are portable laptops that run the company's Chrome OS operating system. They tout features like full web browsing and apps like Netflix. The tablet market features similarly budget-friendly models from a variety of manufacturers.
Chrome OS and tablet operating systems iOS and Android also offer parental control options. While these features aren't as extensive as they are on kids tablets, full mobile operating systems still offer some parent-friendly flexibility.
So pretty much anything other than Android I'm guessing. Apple fan boys shouldn't be aloud to give reviews. Thanks for wasting my time because I don't have $200 to spend on my kids tablet. Smh. Try expanding your horizons buddy.