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LeapFrog Announces LeapBand – Wearable Tech for Kids

Posted in Kids by Darrin Olson on May 4th, 2014

LeapFrog LeapBand for KidsLeapfrog doesn’t want to leave anyone out of the latest wearable tech trends and has unveiled a smartwatch for kids called the LeapBand. The device is designed for children from 4-7 years old and features an activity tracker while taking care of a virtual pet.

The LeapBand is water-resistant with a high-res color display, built-in accelerometer to track activity, a rechargeable battery and also has a watch in either analog or digital mode. Kids wear the smartwatch to take care of one of eight different digital pets – dog, panda, …

LeapFrog Kid-Friendly LeapPad Tablet Priced At $100

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2011

Those with kids already know Leapfrog. They make those child educational toys, books, and games. And now they have announced a LeapPad tablet, to keep your kids busy while keeping your iPad safe from drool. The LeapPad has 2GB of memory and a 5-inch 480×272 touchscreen.

It also comes with a camera, video recorder, microphone and stylus, and has a motion sensor for games and learning activities. Pre-loaded apps include art, story, animation and photo studios. It will cost $99.99 when it arrives on August 15. Will you buy one for your child?

LeapFrog jumps in with iPhone app

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on April 14th, 2009

leapfrognumberrumble-sbAny parent knows the type of toys LeapFrog makes. The company has a line of educational toys that teach kids of all sorts of things like phonics and math. My kids have a set of refrigerator magnets they play with constantly from the company that teaches phonics. If I hear “every letter makes a sound” one more time I may snap.

LeapFrog is now moving from the refrigerator onto my iPhone with the introduction of the company’s first iPhone App called Number Rumble. The game is a math quiz program that helps kids six to ten years old learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.


LeapFrog intros “Baby BlackBerry”

Posted in Kids by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

LeapFrog intros “Baby BlackBerry”This “Baby BlackBerry” is not from RIM, which would explain all that cheap plastic and the cutesy animal theme. It’s a Text and Learn PDA for kids from LeapFrog. Your little ones will have a jump start on the other kids when it comes to texting and churning out emails.

Alright, so it wont let them email everyone on your contact list. The device features a full QWERTY keyboard and a large LCD display. No Wi-Fi, which should keep your rugrat out of trouble. Just be aware that you are grooming your kid to ask for the real deal in just a few short years. And an unlimited data plan. It will be available in August for £19.99.

LeapFrog intros Tag Junior

Posted in Kids by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2009

LeapFrog intros Tag JuniorLeapFrog is all about children’s educational toys, and their latest stays true to what they are all about. The Tag Junior targets two to four year olds and improves on it’s predecessor’s Tag Reading System technology.

The Tag Junior will read downloaded MP3s and use an infrared camera to figure out letters and words on the page. It has enough memory to store up to five books’ worth of material. Some familiar characters include Winnie the Pooh and Dora the Explorer. The device will hit the shelves this summer for $34.99.

LeapFrog Didj to release Nintendo DS competitor

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on February 5th, 2008

LeapFrog Didj to release Nintendo DS competitor
LeapFrog has a new handheld learning/gaming system, the Didj. It should retail for $89.99 when it arrives this summer. LeapFrog isn’t saying that the device is Nintendo DS competitor, but it happens to be aimed toward 6 to 10 year-olds, a demographic that the DS currently rules with an iron fist.

With the Didj they want to up the gaming and graphics while integrating the fancy learning stuff. It’s sure to be a hit with parents who would rather see their kids being educated rather then simply guiding Mario on his latest quest. The Didj has no Wi-Fi connection but it should work with the LeapFrog Connect Application, which lets children customize game content via USB.

Leapfrog Tag brings audio to story time

Posted in Toys by Nino Marchetti on January 29th, 2008

Leapfrog Tag Reading SystemLeapfrog, a developer of educational products for kids, has unveiled a new handheld “learn-to-read” technology which lets children interact with the stories they read. It is called the Leapfrog Tag Reading System and pricing is around $50.

The Leapfrog Tag Reading System is a small handheld scanner a child can use to touch a page of a special “Tag book.” These pages, when touched, emit audio for the stories. This is supposed to create a higher degree of interactivity with what the child is reading. Parents connect the Tag handheld to a computer to transfer audio for each book onto the device. 16MB of internal memory lets Tag hold around five books worth of material.


LeapFrog updates Fly pentop computer

Posted in Kids,Pens by Nino Marchetti on July 25th, 2007

Fly FusionLeapFrog launched today a new pentop computer designed to help students ages 10 and up with their homework through writing digitization. The new Fly Fusion is priced at around $80 and should be available now.

The Fly Fusion expands upon the Fly Pentop Computer, which LeapFrog released two years ago. The Fly Fusion, using dot-enabled paper designed by LeapFrog, lets a student take written notes which can later be uploaded to a computer for storage. These notes can be searched and indexed so students can electronically make the most use of what they transcribed.

Kno announces world’s first Single Screen Tablet Textbook

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2010

Kno has announced a single screen version of its tablet textbook for the education sector. The Kno is a learning platform that combines a touch-screen tablet, digital textbooks, course materials, note-taking, web access, educational applications, digital media, sharing and more into one powerful educational experience. It’s got everything.

Sort of a big-time leapfrog learning tool for big boys if you will. The company will release both the single and two-screen tablet textbooks by the end of 2010.

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