New gaming function lets parents know what their children are playing

MiiPC Android family computer now available to indie retailers

After last year’s successful Kickstarter project, the MiiPC has made its way to retail.

The aim of the mini Android computer is to offer parents the chance to let their children surf the web, play games, watch media and do their homework without being exposed to inappropriate apps and websites.

A new gaming function has also just been announced that gives parents the ability to stay aware of what their children are playing, thanks to a partnership with 18th Parallel.

The MiiPC Basic Model comes with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of flash memory and has a price tag of £77.52. The MiiPC Premium Model comes with double the RAM and flash memory and costs £89.53.

Retailers and resellers of all sizes can visit for more information on stocking the MiiPC.

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