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Think about the way you use a tablet. Chances are, everyone else in your home would use it differently. With different apps, different games, and different home screens too. When sharing a tablet, who gets to choose what apps are on the home screen, the wallpaper, or the main email account?
This is where a family tablet like the new Samsung Galaxy Tab E comes in, offering portable entertainment in a practical design, and featuring Multi-User Mode. This mode allows different users to have individual profiles to log on to the tablet offering each person the ability to choose their own wallpaper, apps, password and more. The gamer can have their games show up when they log in, the movie fanatic can have their shortcuts to Netflix and Hulu, and the professional can set their home screen to have the business apps they need. Each person can use the same tablet but with a personalized experience.
Have a kid in the family? The tablet supports Kids Mode, an application that can be downloaded from Galaxy Essentials, so parents can give the tablet to their young ones while managing what they access and how long they spend using it. It also helps keep your stuff private so they aren’t accidentally emailing your boss.
A family tablet travels with the family. Having a reliable 4G LTE connection with your tablet matters. It means movie streaming on road trips, new games downloaded while waiting in line at the cafe, and e-book browsing at the beach. Plus, a big 7,300mAh battery keeps users powered up to watch, read and game at home or on the go, while expandable storage with a microSD card lets you enjoy music, movies and more, with up to an additional 128GB (memory card sold separately)
The XLTE-ready Samsung Galaxy Tab E is now available online and in Verizon Wireless stores for $13.74 a month for 24 months; 0% APR (full retail price $329.99).