SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – Kids are increasingly doing more of their school work on computers, and an El Segundo children’s device maker is launching a rent-a-tablet plan.

Fuhu is debuting the Nabi Pass Tab, where parents can pay a one year subscription at $15 a month, of two years for $10 a month.

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The Nabi 2S Android tablet is then sent to their home, and all the content to be downloaded and streamed comes at no extra cost.

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If the tablet is broken during the subscription, Fuhu will send a replacement device without asking questions.

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Parents will have the option of sending the tablet back or buying it outright at the end of the subscription, although that won’t be much given that the 7-inch Nabi retails for about $150.