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Tanoshi 2-in-1 Kids Computer~~~You're Gonna Love This "Friends & Family" Sale!
April 12, 2019

News Courtesy of Lisa Love of Tanoshi~~~

You're going to LOVE THIS!

We love that you're part of the Tanoshi family so we're spreading the L❤️VE.

This Weekend Only!

Take an additional 10% off the sale price on the:

Tanoshi 2-in-1 Kids Computer

Use coupon code 10FRIENDS2 at checkout

on  Amazon.com only.

Learn more about the Tanoshi 2-in-1 Kids Computer here.

Take A Look At What Parents & Teachers Are Saying!

“Finally, an Android based kid friendly laptop/tablet that gives me peace of mind that my kids are *safe* exploring the internet and applications! I'm happy that I can control screen time, apps, and websites … from my phone.” ~Doan T.

“The perfect kids computer! Also when I had questions the companies customer service was excellent! I could not be happier with having purchased this for my almost 9 year old daughter.” ~Lily R.

“In this generation, it is important to start a child early in learning computer skills.

I highly recommend Tanoshi Kids Computers.” ~Steven Lee, Founder and CEO of WhizKidz in Silicon Valley

“Tanoshi is the perfect kid safe PC for developing computer skills beyond the classroom.” ~Kim Secrest, Elementary School Teacher in Oregon

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The Tanoshi 2-in-1 kids computer includes:

FREE parental controls

Screen time management (all from your mobile device)

Can be set to automatically turn off at bedtime

Tanoshi

35640 Fremont Blvd., #637

Fremont, CA 94536


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