LeapPad 3 is the fastest tablet from LeapFrog yet

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Monkey see, monkey do. So, you have gotten yourself into a routine of being a family man, where after returning home from a long day at work, it is time to indulge in the little ones. Your heart would break when they ask you for your iPad or Android tablet instead of wanting to spend time with you, as the children prefer to be “babysit” by an electronic device as they have not yet learned of the value of human relationships. Having said that, you ought to draw the line, and when it comes to passing them a tablet to use, your iPad might be too precious, not to mention carry confidential information, which is where you might want to consider the LeapPad 3 tablet from LeapFrog.

This particular tablet is the latest child-friendly tablet from the folks over at LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., as the company did roll out some other offerings in the past, such as the LeapPad Ultra. Having said that, the LeapPad 3 is proud to be the fastest, highest-performance five-inch tablet ever to have been released from LeapFrog. It basically will bring their tablet-based educational entertainment solution for children to a whole new level.

The LeapPad 3 tablet will offer a kid-safe web experience, Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as a brand new capacitive touchscreen, making it the ideal combination of performance, durability, safety and affordability. Not only that, the LeapPad3 will also come along with LeapFrog’s latest and most powerful processor, 4GB of internal memory, a two mega-pixel camera in front, as well as a similar one at the back, video recording capability, and a built-in lithium ion rechargeable battery which ought to last for quite some time before it makes a trip to the nearest power outlet.

LeapSearch, a kid-friendly web environment that has over 1,000 videos, games and more, will offer endless hours of entertainment, and you can choose from green and pink shades as it retails for $99.99 a pop, while game cartridges cost $24.99 apiece.

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