Thursday 26 June 2014

Unveiling The LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi

I was lucky enough to review the LeapPad Ultra a month or so ago and I told you guys yesterday about a few of the apps we were able to download. Well now LeapFrog have widened their range of tablets again with the LeapPad3 and the LeapPad Ultra Xdi.

LeapPad tablets have always offered the perfect first tablet experiences for kids, since pioneering the children's tablet in 2011, LeapFrog's tablets have received over 40 accolades from parenting and industry organisations and time and time again have been seen as "must have" toys at Christmas. The latest versions to the family offer the same top quality educational apps, books, games and videos as well as being highly durable and extremely safe for web browsing.

“Parents searching for their child’s first tablet are confronted with many choices that say they are designed for kids or have access to a library of ‘educator-endorsed’ content. However, on closer inspection these tablets may be fun but lack the essential deliverables parents are looking for in a safe educational experience for their child,” said Dr. Jody Sherman LeVos, director of LeapFrog’s Learning Team. “LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi offer parents the perfect introductory tablets that are high-performing, and have access to a kid-safe web experience designed for a child to explore their passions and interests along with a learning library of high-quality games and apps. Parents can feel confident that when they hand their child a LeapFrog tablet, whether a LeapPad3 or LeapPad Ultra XDi, they are providing the perfect first tablet experience designed for kids – full of learning and packed with fun.”

The LeapPad3
LeapFrog LeapPad3
is five inches big and is the fastest, highest performing tablet from LeapFrog. Boasting 4GB of memory as well as a 2 mega pixel front and back cameras/video recorders.

I thought the LeapPad Ultra was a pretty hard gadget to beat, well it seems the LeapPad Ultra XDi is going to knock it out of first place. With a 7 inch high resolution touch screen, 8GB of memory and an oboard MP3 player, it appears to offer the ultimate multimedia experience for kids.

Both tablets provide : the best educational content, safe browsing powered by Zui and kid tough design with shatter safe screens.

I'm looking forward to providing you all with an indepth review soon but just incase you were eager to purchase here are the details you may want to know :

The LeapPad3 for a RRP of £89.99 and the LeapPad Ultra XDi for a RRP of £119.99. Both will be available instore and online from the 28th July and you will have the choice of pink or green. For more information visit


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