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Introduces children to the world of computer learning.

Fun activities teach essential skills for school and life in a safe, child-friendly environment.

Includes child-size mouse with adjustable mouse pad for left-or right-handed play, a console that connects directly to your TV, a wireless keyboard and four desktop learning games.

Requires 4 x AA and 4 x C batteries (not supplied).

For ages 3 to 6 years.
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#1
[COLOR="Magenta"]You also get a game half price (£7.49) :thumbsup: [/COLOR]
#2
I just bought this for £46 from Argos I will have to return it and get another!
[mod]#3
Looks good, thanks amibees :)

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/161-3482656SPA68UC409815X.jpg
#4
Thanks for this :thumbsup: Heat and rep added.

I've been wanting to get this for my daughter for xmas for a while but wanted to wait till a good deal came along! :)
#5
Q1 - where do you get the games?
Q2 - thats a lot of batteries do they last?
Q3 - Is there an addaptor you can buy?
#6
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
Q1 - where do you get the games?


[COLOR="Magenta"]Sorry, I only know the answer to one of your questions. You can get the games from Argos, Toys R Us & Woolworths etc. RRP £14.99[/COLOR]
#7
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
Q1 - where do you get the games?
Q2 - thats a lot of batteries do they last?
Q3 - Is there an addaptor you can buy?


1 - usual places (Amazon, ToysrUs, Argos, etc)
2 - Dunno
3 - Yes there is an AC adaptor. Amazon sell it for £3.99 here
#8
Ste7ieBoy
1 - usual places (Amazon, ToysrUs, Argos, etc)
2 - Dunno
3 - Yes there is an AC adaptor. Amazon sell it for £3.99 here


THANKS V MUCH STEVIEBOY
VOTED HOT AND RESERVED FOR TOMORROW :thumbsup:
#9
Just got a refund on my £49 one and bought this, thanks OP. Remember one game is half price. It doesn't have an adaptor in it!!! Better get one quick. Ebay for other games.

Oh and the reservation system seems screwed at Argos today.
#10
Is it good?
#11
Does this use Vista or XP?
#12
Thanks for this:) Didn't want this product, but following the link I found the leapster we were thinking of getting dd on offer:-D

:thumbsup:
#13
Dick Cheney
Does this use Vista or XP?


Might struggle with the RAM it has though. :giggle:
#14
Just looked on eBay and someone is selling the Argos reservation codes for this for £5.99! :shock:

You can also buy these from John Lewis for £24.99 with free delivery!

http://www.johnlewis.com/Toys/View+all+Toys+by+Type/Play+and+Learn/Play+and+Learn/1140/230435811/Product.aspx

No half-price software deal though.
#15
Am tempted for my grandson who will be three at Christmas. His mum thinks just a bit too young but it could be put away for a bit - can anyone give me an indication of when leapfrog has been right for their child? And yes I know children are all different - just trying to get a bit of a feel for it!

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