LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet - D24A64D3
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LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet - D24A64D3

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  • Battery Type: 4 x AA Batteries
  • Age Range: 6-12 Months 5 - 7 Years 3 - 4 Years
  • Number of Players: 1 Player
  • Toy Category: Science and Learning Toys
  • Brand: LeapFrog
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LeapFrog ExplorerTablet

bycnewnam Dec 23, 2012
9 Helpfuls 10 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Easy to use and download new activity's.
Cons There are no drawbacks at all with this product.
Recommended it? Yes

The Leap Frog Leap Pad is the greatest educational product that we have ever bought to date. My wife and I got this for our 3 year old son and he just loves it. He has learned so much more in many subjects with the Leap Pad. It is also great for those long car trips as it keeps him entertained for... Read full review »


Great electronic for toddlers

bychicarogers Nov 23, 2012
12 Helpfuls 13 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Durable, pretend tablet that really works
Cons cost
Recommended it? Yes

Leap Frog introduced this learning tablet in 2011.  Recommended age range from 4-9. I think this will hold the interest of preschoolers age three and four.  Out of the box this comes with a couple apps.  USB cord to connect to the computer and internet.  This model has... Read full review »


Good product

bya4q96 Nov 13, 2012
17 Helpfuls 18 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Bigger screen (5")<br> built in camera<br>built in games<br>Better...
Cons - not as good as LeapPad 2<br>- hard to sync
Recommended it? Yes

We have always been a fan of LeapFrog and our kids have gotten a lot of use out of the orignal Leapster Explorer product (we have two). The games are hit and miss, like most video games, but all in all pretty decent. There are some educational games, too.

This LeapPad is a pretty... Read full review »


Why you should get a LeapPad (or a LeapPad2)... Holiday Hot Toys!

bydjningr Oct 26, 2012
26 Helpfuls 27 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros so many games and apps, camera and video recording, art studio!
Cons nothing
Recommended it? Yes

This spring I was fortunate enough to win a LeapPad for my children. I have 3 children ages 6, 4, and 20 months and the older two have had a Leapster Explorer for awhile. I wondered if it would be too much to have this around since we already had the Explorers. Fortunately, the LeapPad can play all... Read full review »


Leapfrog LeapPad: A Tablet Designed For Children

byGravityGirl May 30, 2012
17 Helpfuls 18 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Tablet design, downloadable content, educational opportunities
Cons More expensive than other systems
Recommended it? Yes

My oldest daughter got a Leapfrog LeapPad this past December as a holiday gift.  This is an educational learning system designed for children.  It looks like a tablet, but it is designed for smaller hands.  It has a touch screen, and a stylus that is attached to the tablet by a... Read full review »


Great for children of all ages!

bylovelife411 May 28, 2012
11 Helpfuls 12 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Promotes:<br> Language Skills<br>Fine Motor Skills<br>Writing and...
Cons A little pricey
Recommended it? Yes

I purchased the Pink Leap Frog LeapPad Explorer Learning Tablet for my 2 year old daughter this past Christmas and she LOVES it.  My family thought that I was insane for purchasing such an advanced toy for such a young child but now they have to admit that it was a great investment. My... Read full review »


Left hand issues

bycjones0471 Jan 2, 2012
1 Helpfuls 2 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Fun little features
Cons Extremely frustrating for left hand user. Shame on you Leapfrog =(
Recommended it? No

I have 3 left handed children. My youngest(age 4) is who we bought the leappad for. She has a great deal of difficulty with some of the apps. This is clearly not designed for a left handed user. the screen is pressure sensitive and the layout of some of the apps makes it almost impossible for her... Read full review »



byspeak2erin Oct 21, 2011
20 Helpfuls 21 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Works with Leapster Explorer Games<br>Built-in Camera and Video...
Cons Cartridge Games cost $24 <br>Apps are $7.50 - $10<br>Sucks the Life out of...
Recommended it? Yes

Right from the beginning we were a LeapFrog family. One of the first products my son received as a gift, when he was just a few months old, was a LeapFrog Lap Pad that you could insert a cartridge and a book for them to read – I can’t remember for the life of me what it was called, but... Read full review »

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