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Pebble Gear Launches New ‘Mickey and Friends,’ ‘Cars’ Tablets

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The tablets follow prior releases including “Frozen 2” and “Toy Story 4.”

Pebble Gear has announced the launch of its new “Mickey and Friends” and “Cars” kids’ tablets.

Following the already successful “Frozen 2” and “Toy Story 4” tablets, the new range is aimed at 3- to 8-year-olds and is specifically designed to allow children to access digital content safely and securely, free from in-app purchases and unwanted pop-ups.

“We have been delighted with the reaction from parents and their little ones to our initial ‘Frozen’ and ‘Toy Story’ versions,” says Neil Meredith, director, Digital Goals, Pebble Gear’s parent company. “The chatter created on our community channels has been so positive and we are really excited to now add classics like ‘Mickey and Friends’ and ‘Cars’ to the range. It’s really clear that with everything that’s going on right now our young kids need safe digital environments to learn, relax and have fun and we feel we our tablets are giving families that balance between fun and safety.”

Pebble Gear will be launching the range of new “Mickey and Friends” & “Cars” 7” Android tablets in Q4 2020, both of which will come fully loaded with content from the franchises. Both come with full parental control, access to more than 500 games, e-books and learning apps, all free for the first 12 months. The tablets will also be accompanied by a range of themed carry cases and screen protectors for extra protection.

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