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LeapPad is the new multi-functional, child friendly learning tablet from LeapFrog featuring a built-in camera and video recorder, microphone and motion based gameplay with over 100 games and apps inclu...

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“Leap Into Learning”

published 17/08/2013

A child friendly introduction to technology. Fun,...

Cost of the apps and cartridges, camera and video ...

At age five and seven respectively, my two youngest children are beginning to show an interest in technology and electronic gadgets. I had been reluctantly allowing them to play with some of the gaming apps on both my iPod and iPad under supervision but these devises are not designed to be used...

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Excellent

game system, camera, video camera, ebook, all roun...

difficulty downloading software to connect to home...

Toys are getting more and more like adult gadgets, with the must have toy for Christmas, 2011, the LeapPad Explorer, being no exception. The LeapPad, as the name implies, is a junior version of hand held tablets like the iPad aimed at the 4-9 year old market. My 3 and a half year old was bought a...

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Great educational toy.

Can't put on your own films or songs. Limited stor...

My mum is looking after three foster children at the moment and at Christmas she decided to buy the Leappad 2 for the eldest, Bruce who is seven and the Innotab 2 for the two younger children who were five and three at the time, she also bought the Innotab 2 for my son who is three (If you're...

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Educational, fun

Eats batteries

I bought the LeapPad Explorer from Boots for my son's 4th birthday. It cost £79.99 and is suitable for children aged 4-9 years old. We got the green coloured one but it's also available in pink. I was drawn to this straight away because we've had a lot of LeapFrog products before and they've...

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Excellent

A fantastic product and great eductional toy, whic...

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We bought our daughter a LeapPad for her 4th birthday and it has been an absolute hit. It uses 4 AA batteries, we have been using duracell rechargeable batteries, which are well worth investing in. You get a fair amount of time out of the batteries, our rechargeables have now paid for themselves...

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Excellent

Highly Educational and Entertaining for all childr...

EATS batteries

We bought this for our 2 year old son back in October for a Christmas present. It may have been a little advanced for him but as he was already beginning to use the touch screen on my mobile phone we though he would struggle with the interface on this product. This is a tablet style PC billed as...

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Super

educational,good quality,fun

battery operated,short games

we bought the pink leap pad for xmas for my daughter,she just turned 5 in october so we thought she was at a suitable age. we purchased the disney princesses game and the tangled game with it.its a great size,smaller than the innotab(altho they have same screen size) the buttons are well placed...

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interesting, educational, fun

battery operated, quick consumption of batteries

If you are looking for an educational game for your child, you might want to try LeapFrog. Not only is it highly educational but also interesting. It is likely to hold your child’s attention. At least my son is very happy with it. In fact, he seems to have gotten addicted to it. Manufactured by...

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“Tablets Games for Kids”

published 05/12/2011

This tablet has a touch screen with 16:9 aspect ra...

only supported by the presence of only 400 MHz pro...

At first glance there is no difference with most tablet devices that exist today, but who would have thought the presence of a single tablet was found carrying a very noble mission that is rarely found today. LeapPad Explorer tablet is manufactured by LeapFrog Hops. These tablets are designed for...

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