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LeapFrogLeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet

Today’s modern day learning has been spawned by touchpads in every corner of the market.  The well-known Apple iPad, the competitive Android tables and maybe the HP Touchpad are among some of these touch technologies creating a craze.  These are information and entertainment-laden gadgets for adults.  And you know what that means; none of these are tailor-made for  kids.

But now, you can say hello to LeapFrog’sLeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet.  This 5-inch child-friendly gadget will take the kid’s learning experience to new heights.  Before you turn your cheek and start looking for other presents for Christmas, take a look at the following features:

•           5-inch screen – or in tech terms, 400 x 712 pixels.  Simply put, this is an easy handle for a kid instead of your wide-inched touchscreen gadget.  Also, this takes the risk off in your pricy tablet because of the LeapPad’s 2.4 x 13 x 17.9 dimension.  It’s simply child friendly and handy.

•           Education - more often, or most preferably, you want your kid to have both fun and learning at the same time.  LeapFrog’sLeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet helps you get your kid learn by interaction.  The applications are indeed educational and entertainment for starters.  It may not have thousands of apps compared to its Android counterparts, but this will serve as a major step into more learning for your kids.

•           Multimedia – LeapPad has the common features provided by the popular tablets; a video recorder and a camera.  Most kids enjoy taking picture and recording videos, letting out that artist inside them.

•           Fun – LeapPad offers an array of apps like PetPad, which kids can learn to adopt a pet and nurture them. They can learn to write letters using the stylus.  Story Studio is where kids can create their own stories using pics and videos they've recorded.  Art Studio, which makes use of your child’s creativity, is another interactive game to play. Photo Studio, which will let your kids edit the pictures they took, will help bring out the editor in them.  Roly Poly Picnic uses LeapPad’s motion sensors in a tilt and steer gameplay.

•           Parent Interaction – you can also track your kid’s progress along the way using LeapPad’s Learning Path.  You can receive email and info that helps give you ideas on how to assist your child in improving their learning.

•           Batteries – LeapFrogLeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet lets you use rechargablebatteires so that if you have to go somewhere, you will always have those batteries handy.

•           Applications – other than art and fun, LeapPad also covers mathematics, geography, music and more.

•           Age Recommendation – the LeapPad is ideally good for children who are 4-9 years old.  You'd have a wide range of learning levels with just one toy.

Overall, LeapFrogLeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet is recommended to parents who are looking for a new, fun and education learning tool for their kids.  This should complement the idea your kids learn from school in terms of being technologically-savvy.

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