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Vivitar Camelio CAM740 7-Inch 1 GB Tablet #Review



Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.





My brothers and I love playing around with Mommy's iPad but unfortunately for us mommy doesn't like us using her electronics too often. Mommy thinks that her electronics are for her and we get to use them very sparingly. Not too much electronic time for us. When we were offered the opportunity to review the Camelio Tablet by Vivitar mommy jumped at the chance. She practically did a happy dance, I kid you not! Mikael had been asking for his own tablet for quite some time.


According to mommy and these are her exact words.."you will get one when pigs fly". I guess pigs must have started flying because Mikael now has his very own tablet in the form of the Vivitar Camelio. I swear I haven't seen one fly as yet but I'm sure they must be somewhere. After all it was the only way Mikael was going to get a tablet. 




The Camelio is a unique Android tablet that allows you to customize and personalize your tablet with your favorite characters! Up to 5 users can easily create their own profile and customize their account with Camelio "Personality Packs" (sold separately).

Personality Packs allow users to customize wallpaper, widgets, lock screens, camera and photo editor and a themed bumper case. In addition, licensed games, video, music and books are also included and vary by theme. 

 $99.99 - Recommended age: 5y+ 
Now lets talk about the Vivitar Camelio CAM740 a little bit. It comes boxed up really nicely so if you're thinking about gift wrapping for that special occasion, Birthday, Christmas, you name it, it will not be a problem at all. Ever since Mikael got his tablet he has been playing non-stop. Set up was very simple but it was recommended that you charge the Camelio before use. 



The Camelio is the perfect tablet for little ones. Although it is considered a "family" tablet I would recommend this for kids ages 5+. It comes with a 7" screen which is big enough for little ones and also comes pre-loaded with a few games/apps as well. The screen isn't as touch sensitive as we would like it to be but it works. There are also parental controls which is very easy to use according to mommy. This is great for those that want to limit what their kids play and download. Now the reason this is considered a family tablet as well is because up to 5 users can have their own profile on this tablet. How cool is that?


The Camelio features customizable personality packs which lets you create your own experience. The only thing about that is that they are sold separately. The one Mikael got did not come with a personality pack but there are plans for get one for him. They are based on his interest and age and includes themes such as, Hello Kitty, Hot Wheels, Barbie, Monster High, My Little Pony and Thomas

Since the Camelio is Android powered, you have access to thousands of apps which is available for download in the Google Play Store. You won't have to worry about space since the Camelio comes with 1GB memory for running apps and games but you also have a 4GB flash drive that is expandable up to 32GB. That's a LOT of memory if you ask me. 

With the textured backing it makes it very easy for Mikael to hold onto. He can be a klutz at times and so far he has yet to drop the Camelio which is nice. He also doesn't share with me but mommy says that ok too since I may drop it myself. It does have a camera installed but the picture quality isn't the best. You can take a selfie if that is what you would want to do since it is also forward facing. The front camera is only 0.5 mega pixel while the back camera is 2 mega pixel. 



Ok so these are the things that mommy and Mikael did not like too much with the Camelio CAM740. It comes with a rechargeable lithium battery but the battery life did not last as long as they would like. Approximately 5hrs of usage on a full charge. That's not very long. If you're going on a long drive be prepared to walk with a car/portable charger. It is charged via USB cable so charging will be no problem. 

Each of the added personality pack can add another $30 each to the cost of the tablet which in itself isn't entire too expensive. We did wish that the starter pack came with at least one so that you have an idea of what to expect. 

Besides those two minor details Mikael really loves his Camelio CAM740 tablet and we think its a great tablet for the little ones. The Camelio CAM740 gets Mikael's Big Thumbs Up. 


You can purchase your very own Camelio Tablet on Amazon.com. You can also follow the Camelio Tablet on their social media page:




Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  1. This looks like a really great tablet. Not sure if I would even want to buy something that expensive for a 5yr old though. They only know how to destroy stuff. I would get it for me. I can't afford an iPad so this would be the cheap alternative.

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    1. Hi Tiffany it would make a good tablet for you but maybe not the best. The camera isn't that great if you plan on taking photos with it. Otherwise it's really ok. It's like a bigger version of your android cell phone. ♥ Madison

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  2. Sounds like lots of n for your brother, after all toys need toys too :) I'm sure as you get older he will teach you loads of fun things on the tablet. In the meantime keep looking for those flying pigs ;)

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    1. hahaha mommy really did say that. I'm still looking for those flying pigs. Still haven't seen them but I'm sure I will one day. ♥ Madison

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  3. I like that this can be used for 5 users and the texture on the back is a great feature since kids can tend to drop things. This would make a great gift for my Grandson. Thanks for the idea.

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    1. Yeah they do tend to drop things don't they? Well that's what mommy said. I think it will make a great gift for your grandson as well. ♥ Madison

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  4. I am glad to see that companies are making tablets for children. They are really a great learning tool and fun for entertainment. This sounds like the perfect item for my oldest grandson he would love to get this for Christmas.

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    1. Wow Melinda I think so too. That would be a great surprise for him. I would love to see the look on his face when he opens this on Christmas day. You'd be the best grandma ever! ♥ Madison

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  5. What a nice tablet. My boys are each getting a tablet for Christmas and I know they will get lots of use out of it.

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    1. Tablets do make great Christmas gifts. I'm sure they will get lots of use out of it as well. ♥ Madison

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  6. I think this is a cool tablet for younger kids.

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    1. It really is a great tablet for the younger ones. The features are really nice too. ♥ Madison

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  7. My daughter just broke her Google tablet on accident (I saw it happen), and this one would make a great replacement this Holiday!

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    1. Awww how sad but maybe it was time for a new one. Not only would it make a great replacement but it's also reasonably priced as well. ♥ Madison

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  8. my kids would love this. My son wants his own tablet. We have to Ipads and we rarely get to even use them the kids are always wanting to play on them

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    1. That's how mommy felt as well. She said that her iPad belonged to her so she was happy that Mikael finally got his own. ♥ Madison

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  9. That is a great first tablet! And I bet your mom is happy no one has to plan with her iPad. I know several people who got cracked screens on their iPads after the kids dropped them!

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    1. Oh yeah mommy is super happy. There's no cracked screen on her iPad as yet and now Mikael has his own there might not be. ♥ Madison

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  10. Isn't your big brother lucky! Maybe he will share! This looks awesome!

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    1. My big brother doesn't like to share. He likes to keep it all to himself. ♥ Madison

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