LeapFrog introduces LeapPad2 in a special Disney Princess bundle

LeapFrog has just announced their latest iteration of the LeapPad 2 tablet – where this particular puppy not only comes in pink and green shades, but for those fathers and grandfathers who love nothing better than to dote on their precious daughters and granddaughters, there is also a special Disney Princess bundle for you to look into. Just what kind of technological wizardry does the LeapFrog LeapPad 2 carry? For starters, you not only get back cameras that allow you to record whatever goes on around you, there is also a front-facing camera for some shameless self-portraits, not to mention video recording capability.
We shall take a closer look at the hardware specifications right after the jump, in addition to the number of features as well as kinds of hardware that comes with the LeapPad 2.

There is a speedier faster LF 2000 processor located right underneath the hood that ensures your little one will be able to glean maximum performance from the LeapPad 2. Sporting a stylish, high-tech tablet design which was also built with kids in mind, it is said to be durable enough to be able to withstand the rigors of being used and played about by a kid. The on-board memory has been doubled compared to its predecessor, while kids are now able to maintain their more personal creations and downloads at their fingertips, where we are talking about up to 25,000 photos or 70 downloads.
LeapFrog has also thrown in a longer battery life and a recharger pack option so that your kid will be able to remain occupied for longer whenever you are traveling, translating to the lower number of instances of your kid asking, “Are we there yet?” when you all head out for a long road trip. LeapPad2 will also come with extensive free content, ranging from a music player with five LeapFrog Learning Songs, to a new Cartoon Director creativity download, an Art Studio, the popular Pet Pad writing game and choice of an additional download from the LeapFrog App Center.
You can pick up the LeapPad2 for $99.99 a pop, and it is recommended for children aged 3 to 9 years.
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