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Camelio Android Family Tablet Review


The Camelio Family Tablet was created by Vivitar, a general electronics manufacturer. This tablet costs under $100, which is definitely of the more affordable variety. Like most tablets of this spectrum, it is it has lower specs than those over $150. However, as you will see, you get a bit more value out of this one than others of this price.


  • Higher resolution than most $100 models
  • Processor more powerful than most $100 models
  • Awesome cartoon ‘Personality Packs’
  • Direct access to Google Play for the whole family


  • Slower than higher priced models
Camelio Android Family Tablet

Camelio Family Tablet
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Overall Rating 4.0 Stars (4.0 / 5)
Manufacturer Camelio
Operating System Android

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Review By: Adriana

Adriana is a mother and tech enthusiast from Bridgeport, Connecticut. She blogs about the latest kids tech trends.

Our Camelio Family Tablet Review is a summary of the most important aspects of a tablet. Read the following for our full specs review for the Camelio.

The Hardware

Processing power

The Camelio is a wifi tablet with a 1.1 GHz processor and 1GB of processor memory. Other tablets of this price range run at anywhere between 1.0-1.1 GHz, so for this price, you are getting a better deal. However, as with any 1.1 GHz processor, you are running a slower tablet, and there may be lockups and slower load times.


One thing that is great about this reasonably price tablet is the 1024 X 600 dpi screen resolution with a screen size of 7 inches. This beats the usual 800 X 480 dpi resolution that is common for a tablet of this price range. It has been reported that the screen is a little dim. As with most kids tablets, this one has a touch screen.


The storage has about 4GB of space, and is expandable to 32GB with a microSD card. Some of the other ‘under $100’ models have only 2GB of space and it is commonplace for higher priced models to have 4GB or more.


The Camelio weighs 0.74 pounds, which is a lot lighter than model kids tablets of any price range. This will be highly appreciated by your kids as they attempt to play games on such a light model.

The Software

Games and Apps

The Camelio runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. The fact that it runs on Android also means that it provides a direct connection with Google Play.

This tablet does not come preloaded with apps and games so you must purchase it from Google Play. Google Play has thousands of apps and games to choose from and download. There is something for the whole family, so you are not limited to a tablet that only has downloads from proprietary kids apps.

The Skin

The great thing about the Camelio is that not only can it have up to 5 user accounts, you can purchase ‘Personality Packs’ for each account. Each Personality Pack comes with its own wallpaper, icons, and protective rubber bumper. The packs are based on popular cartoons such as Thomas the Train, WWE, Hot Wheels and Hello Kitty. Each personality pack costs around $30.

The Verdict

The Camelio sits in the $100 kids tablet bracket, but it is considerably for powerful than the Datawind or Polaroid 7 of this price range. The screen resolution is also better, but you will still see a bit of pixelation as compared to the higher priced models. The personality packs is also something that is rarely available in a kids tablet.

If you are looking for a $100 tablet, I would suggest the Camelio.

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Hardware Specs

Age Range 5+ Years Old
Connection Wifi and USB
Screen Size 7 Inches
Memory 4GB, with 32GB extra with micro SD card
Weight 0.74 Pound
Batteries life 7-9 hours

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