LeapFrog LeapPad Platinum Review
Digital and Physical Learning Experience for Kids
LeapPad Platinum is the toughest LeapPad yet, with its shatter-safe screen and a re-engineered frame that features an energy-absorbing, wrap-around bumper. The new kids tablet features some significant upgrades and is predicted to be one of the top Christmas toys for 2015. The Platinum tablet is recommended for children ages 3 to 9, and the device will launch with the new Imagicard game. (Combining digital and physical learning)
Focusing on early childhood education, the LeapPad Platinum kids tablet features a child-safe web browser, wi-fi, a 7-inch touchscreen, and 8GB of internal storage and and access to the LeapFrog Learning Library. With a faster processor, the tablet chip runs at 1GHz, compared to the XDi‘s 800MHz and has a 5-hour battery life. The educational tablet includes Wi-Fi connectivity with kid-safe LeapSearch, LeapPad’s browser.
The LeapFrog Imagicard, is a system that uses real physical cards along with LeapPad’s camera to create a series of games. The LeapPad comes with six cards, and you can buy extras. The child captures the card by taking a picture of it using the LeapPad’s camera. LeapFrog Imagicard launches with three interactive games including LeapFrog’s Letter Factory, PAW Patrol, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
The latest generation LeapPad is available is priced at $130.00, and will be available in green and pink models from July 2015. Once again, kids tablets will make the list of must-have educational Christmas toys. The LeapPad Platinum is on the list of top ten toys for Christmas 2015.
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