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The LeapPad is one of the most popular tablets designed for kids from the company LeapFrog. Parents nowadays are having a hard time prying their children from the family tablet computer and the only time that they would have the chance to use it, is when the child is fast asleep. And here enters the LeapPad Ultra XDi. It is a high resolution 7-inch tablet that differs greatly from the regular iPad or Android tablet since it is built intentionally for kids aged 3 – 9. Its has a 1024×600 resolution robust touchscreen compare to the more fragile mainstream tablets.

The software it contains is well suited to support the learning of children. Far from the common assumption that the LeapPad only intends to entertain the child with games, it is actually well equipped with educational reading, writing and math puzzles. It has a kid-safe Web and access to a wide range of educator-approved apps. It is a child proof and child safe closed devices which can handle the abuse from little troublemakers while giving them hours of fun and learning at the same time.

Advantages

It has an ultra-tough design and has 11 apps included in the tablet
A kid can experience taking capture images and videos with its front-and-back cameras
Pet chat allows children to chat with pre-defined phrases and emoticons

Disadvantages

Other cartridges and apps are sold separately and are more expensive than regular apps from androids and ipads.
It is noticeably slower compared to mainstream adult tablets

Features

  • Screen: The item has a 7 inch light touch screen
  • Display: It has 1024×600 resolution
  • Battery: It is powered by a Built-in lithium ion
  • Battery life: The tablet can run up to 6 hours of continuous use
  • Kid-safe web experience: The preinstalled kids software is LeapSearch powered by Zui
  • Speed: The tablet has an 800Mhz processor
  • Memory size: The item has a built in 8GB storage
  • Weight: The item weighs at around 2.5 pounds
  • Packaged Apps: There are 11 apps pre-installed in the tablet
  • Dimension: The tablet measures at 9.05 x 6.1 x .92
  • Video recorder: The item is capable of 480p video recording

Included in the box:

  • LeapPad Ultra XDi Learning Tablet
  • 11 bonus apps including Pet Pad Party, MP3 player with 10 learning songs and more.
  • USB Cable
  • AC adapter
  • Parent guide
  • Quick start guide

The LeapPad Ultra XDi Price

The LeapPad Ultra XDi can be bought at a price of $76.17 which includes shipping.

What customers have to say about the camcorder:
“I wanted to get my 5-year old daughter a tablet of her own. She likes watching movies and playing games on my iPhone, but that just seems like mindless entertainment for the most part. The app store has lots of content (perhaps too much!), and I did not have a way of determining which had real educational’ value and which were just fluff. So, off looking for a kids’ tablet I went.”

“I am VERY happy with this leappad. My daughter had the leappad 2 which after while did not hold a charge. She loves the leappad Ultra. My son who barely touched his leappad 2 is now requesting a leappad ultra because he says its wayyyy better. My son is 7 and my daughter is 6 leappad is very age appropriate and do not think youre kids are too old for them because theyre not. I think parents tend to want to push for their kids to know too much in such a short amount of time. They have the rest of their lives to learn, what is the rush? Any way review over and now I am ranting. Lol. I love the product and will be buying my son one soon!”

“Perfect for kids who want to use a computer or tablet on their own. They can’t accidentally get into anything that isn’t designed for them. I got these for my children when they were 2 and have continued to upgrade (because we like to not because you have to) over the years. Most of the games are backwards compatible and easy for even a 2 year old to use. There are also apps that sing educational songs, play tv episodes from leapfrog and some nick jr. and read along books that require no interaction for younger kids. Most of the games we have are adaptive and automatically adjust to their playing level.”

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