Tanoshi launches Kickstarter campaign for Android 2-in-1 laptop for kids


Tanoshi’s child-friendly 2-in-1 Android laptop

With the market shifting from tablets to 2-in-1 devices over the last couple of years, it’s certainly not surprising that system makers targeting kids would test out adding kid-friendly hybrid laptops to their lineups. (Certainly the rise of Chromebooks in schools have helped fuel this shift.) The Kurio Smart started this trend a couple of years back with its Windows tablet with detachable keyboard, and now a startup hopes to crowdfund a convertible notebook running Android for children.

Silicon Valley-based Tanoshi has taken to Kickstarter to raise $50,000 for its 2-in-1, which would combine features for kids and parents alike. In addition to the requisite…

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