4 March 2014

"It can protect the Galaxy!" {TabZoo Review}

Modern day life has definitely infiltrated the 76sunflowers household.
I used to be one of those new parents that always said my children wouldn't watch television.
I had dreams of them curling up on the sofa with their little heads buried in books 24/7.
Or running around the garden all day long playing with their imaginations like I did as a 7 year old.
I was brought up in a TV free household so didn't have any distractions.
Now though life has changed.
They are growing up in the 'internet, mobile phone, tablets as the norm' generation. And it's scary.
I'm not stupid though. My head isn't buried in the sand. I look around now as I type and I can see an iPad, Galaxy tablet, Samsung mobile, iPhone, DS and two laptops. The children know how to use the majority of them.

My girl in particular uses the Galaxy tablet and up until now it has been kept in a fabric cover. It needed something more substantial so we were very happy to be asked to review the TabZoo Protective Tablet Sleeve from Lazerbuilt.

These are clearly aimed at the fast growing child market and come in two sizes, 8" and 11", designed to be compatible with many devices.

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The seven year old has been practising her Word skills. Here's what she thought....


Tab Zoo

1.          I really like it because I like the stand on it.

2.        It can protect the Galaxy.

3.        I like it because it is very good how they made the stand.

4.        I like the animal pattern.

5.        I would like to have the hippo one as well.


The covers come in a variety of eye catching animal designs providing protection with anti-shock EVA padding and a rather cleverly designed viewing stand - I'm rather tempted to get a bigger one for myself.
The complete range is available online.

For more information you can follow Lazerbuilt on Twitter or see the TabZoo Facebook page.

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Disclaimer: We were sent a free TabZoo Panda 8" Tablet Cover for review purposes. As always, words and opinions are our own.
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