Excerpt: It goes without saying that almost everything Mom and Dad get to do, your kid will want to do. Everything their mom and dad have, they must have. Tablets are no different. However, if you’re like most parents, you don't want to shell out hundreds of dollars for electronics that aren't even designed for children. On the bright side, the electronics world has heard your parental wishes and has answered with kids tablets .
Conclusion: The LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer offers the coolness of a tablet with some solid learning tools for kids.
Pros: Intuitive interface. Bright, color touch screen. Rugged chassis. 2GB of onboard memory. Built-in camera and video recorder. Controls are easy to use. Has more than 100 applets available for download. Accelerometer. Can use the same game cartridges as the Leapster Explorer. Games are a proper combination of fun and learning.
Cons: No card slot. No recharger available yet. Gaming cartridges are pricey.
Excerpt: You’ve got your iPad or Android tablet, but what about your kids? According to toy company Leapfrog, your children want a tablet too. But does the LeapPad Explorer, a tablet designed especially for 4-9-year-olds fit the bill, or will they still want your iPad or Android tablet instead?
Pros: cheap, designed for kids, easy to use, good apps
Cons: If you've got an iPad, your kids won't want it
Excerpt: What’s the best tablet for kids? Apple’s iPad ? One of the Android tablets ? Er, the HP TouchPad ..? Maybe none of these adult-aimed tablets but one specially made for children – Leapfrog’s LeapPad Explorer Tablet for kids is tipped to be one of the most popular toys this Christmas.