San Francisco-based Uber has recently partnered with Fuhu to bring the nabi 2 tablet to uberFAMILY rides. This new partnership makes moms excited because their young children will now be entertained while at the back of an Uber car. Uber must have noticed that kids can be rowdy at the backseat, kicking the driver's or passenger seat or playing with power windows, that the management thought of giving them something else to do. And since tablets are riveting to little humans, the nabi 2 educational tablet would be the perfect solution.
This feature is coming only to Washington DC, at least for now, so parents can take advantage of this on their uberFAMILY rides. The ridesharing company has not given much details about this new offering but I think it's very obvious that tablets for kids inside Uber rides is very beneficial not only to the parents but also the drivers.
Fuhu's nabi tablets are particularly a great choice for productivity, entertainment, and education. The nabi 2 is an award-winning tablet and is very kid-friendly. The tablet has even bagged various support from Google Play. There are several nabi models available but the nabi 2 education tablet is one of the best.
No information if Uber is going to expand this offer to other regions and countries. No mention either if this is just a limited run in DC but I don't doubt this will the first and last of its kind. The company can someday choose to use other Android tablets. Aside from the Fuhu and Uber agreement, the company also revealed that it will be releasing a special magazine for drivers. The first issue Momentum Mazagine was released last Monday and digital copies are now ready for download.