LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer Learning Tablet Pink £71.99 + 1000 Extra Clubcard Points @ Tesco Direct
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LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Explorer Learning Tablet Pink £71.99 + 1000 Extra Clubcard Points @ Tesco Direct

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Found 12th Oct 2012
Green one is still £89.97 but still get the 1000 extra clubcard points.

3% TCB and (not sure if this will work but) add something for £3.01 and you will get £10 off too with code TD-MXTN

Your child will love this pink LeapPad2 Explorer, a learning toy that combines gaming with education, offering plenty of fun whilst learning! Perfect for both girls and boys, this handheld tablet will inspire kids to imagine and explore with front-and-back cameras and video recorders! Trace, create and play with your finger, or use the handy stylus for greater control, on the brilliantly vivid 5" touch screen for motion-based play. This learning tablet also features a built-in microphone, so the little one can have fun recording voices with friends or family. The LeapPad2 Explorer. has a fast processor and a 4GB memory for swiftly downloading apps from the expansive library including innovative e-book apps, learning videos, music, creativity apps and more, providing a fully interactive learning and game play experience. The learning tablet comes with five apps already installed: Pet Pad, LeapFrog Learning Songs, Cartoon Director, Art Studio and one free app of your choice. Ideal as a preschool toy, the LeapPad2 automatically adjusts the learning to each and every child, asking more challenging questions as childrens skills develop in reading, vocabulary, spelling, maths, science and geography. Parents can connect to the free, online LeapFrog Learning Path to view their childs learning progress as well as sharing achievements or artwork with family and friends. Works with LeapFrog Explorer cartridges, the LeapPad2 recharger pack and apps, which are sold separately. Requires 4x AA batteries (order 1x 100-4179). Age range 3-9yrs+.

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Original Poster

Plus with the 1000 extra Clubcard points you will be able to double these up at Xmas time

Can someone tell me how much the games are roughly? Can you get down.oaded games too, if so how much are these?

Original Poster

Games can range form anything up to around £20. Yes I think you can download games as there is an App Store.

We were looking at these, but are getting a proper dual-core tablet with a decent screen for around £80-100 instead.

Original Poster

I wouldn't say it's suitable for a small child to have a tablet though, I mean yeah u can get more on it, but for a child who isn't even at school yet I would say 1- it's a bit too much and 2- I don't want her to be one of these spoilt brats.

These are a complete waste of money. You would be much better to go for a proper tablet with an established app marketplace like the amazon kindle or android based tablets.

Then the adults can use them too!

me and the wife are arguing over this every night , she wants to buy for our 6ryr old , i say its a waste as games are so expensive so i want to get a cheap £40 tablet from ebay so we can get free games, we might just not get either

Thanks for the upload op, and with the extra £10 off even better! Another xmas present out of the way. Unsure as to why not voted hotter as elsewhere the cheapest i can find is £84.99

Edited by: "Geno123" 12th Oct 2012

Original Poster

fizzlewizzle

These are a complete waste of money. You would be much better to go for … These are a complete waste of money. You would be much better to go for a proper tablet with an established app marketplace like the amazon kindle or android based tablets.Then the adults can use them too!



We don't need it, we both have new iPads and iPhone 5s so it would purely be for her. But would u really buy a tablet for a 2 year old??
Edited by: "crazyblondechick" 12th Oct 2012

deanos

me and the wife are arguing over this every night , she wants to buy for … me and the wife are arguing over this every night , she wants to buy for our 6ryr old , i say its a waste as games are so expensive so i want to get a cheap £40 tablet from ebay so we can get free games, we might just not get either



Exactly our position. I'm looking at the £80 tablets (pretty much the same as this costwise) but free games/apps rather than £20 a pop.

So unsure why the OP would think that makes the child a "spoilt brat", it also has the advantage of being more future proof

crazyblondechick

We don't need it, we both have new iPads and iPhone 5s so it would purely … We don't need it, we both have new iPads and iPhone 5s so it would purely be for her. But would u really buy a tablet for a 2 year old??



Why not? There are tons of free fun learning apps available for children to interact with - its not all about social media.
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