Fable is a cloud-based mobile learning device exclusively for children. Launched by Isabella Products on Friday, it is said to be a browser-free tablet.
Fable combines the freedom to explore, learn and play, with the security of private sharing, says the company.
Designed and manufactured in Massachusetts, Fable aims to engage children and lets parents and teachers customize a learning experience without fear of accidental access to the Internet.
The launch follows research and development from elementary and after school pilot programs in several communities in Massachusetts and New York.
“We saw a need in the marketplace for an affordable children’s tablet that would encourage and enhance learning in a highly managed and safe environment,” said Isabella’s founder and CEO, Matthew I. Growney. “Fable was designed to give children access to a tool that would immerse them in a multitude of learning experiences.”
Fable is available for purchase online at VizitMe.com and in select retailers including Walmart, InMotion Entertainment, Sears and Kmart, beginning in May 2015. The tablet’s retail price is $129.99 and is discounted to $99.99 for schools.
Isabella Products, Inc. is a consumer device and services company developing a family of connected wireless products.