My family owns two smartphones and one tablet device. So when the opportunity came up to review the Meep! by Oregon Scientific, I jumped on it. My kids are almost seven and three. Since they see their dad and I on our devices, it is understandable that they want a device they can play on too. After seeing kids’ tablet reviews by other GeekMom writers, I also wanted to see how this product measures up. The Meep! is a tablet device made for kids six to ten. The selling points are diverse parental controls for the parents, and pre-loaded goodies for the kids.
I’m trying to set up the parent controls and it said my child’s birthday it not valid. Then it timed out and said try again later. I have been trying for over an hour to get in and I still can’t get any farther than this. – Oregon Scientific Meep! X2
MEEP. – My Tablet. My World. Enjoy your own wireless world with a tablet created just for you. No more begging your parents to share their tablet or searching for lost game cartridges under the couch. The innovative, interactive, rugged Wi-Fi enabled MEEP. tablet features amazing zForce touch scr…
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Apr 14, 2020 … MEEP! Together – Create a Parent Account for your child’s MEEP! and monitor your child activities without minimizing any of their fun. Easy-to- …
While this might not be the first kid-centric tablet we’ve seen, it’s certainly got the coolest name.
I have access to parental controls at anytime and anywhere with online parental access. I can set a timer for each individual thing, such as apps, online, music …
For all the enthusiasm Oregon Scientific put into launching (and naming) its MEEP! tablet, the company has been a bit timid about getting the kid-friendly Android device into the market — we’re just seeing it go on sale eight months after it was first shown to the world.
If you’re late to the game, you might as well bring some serious naming heat to get noticed. That’s what Oregon Scientific are doing, with the unveiling of the ‘MEEP!’ Android tablet. That’s correct; there’s now a tablet named MEEP! It’s pretty tough to believe, but true nonetheless. Not surprisingly, it’s designed for children, and will reportedly…
There are certain times when you may want or have to factory reset the Meep. If your Meep isn’t working normally, you may be directed to factory reset it. For example, no apps or games will open and/or “force close”. If you decide to sell your Meep, factory resetting it will delete all data from the Meep: Wi-Fi connection(s), Google account associated with Google Play Store, game/app data, date and time, and your child’s name and Meep ID. It should then be clear of all of your info, so the new o