I’m sure that most of you have heard of Leap Frog before, and if you haven’t, you should note an entire aisle of your local Wal-Mart toy department devoted to it. LeapFrog makes electronic, educational toys that are usually green, which would is befitting their Leap Frog name. They are also kid-tough, which means it can handle little hands and what they can dish out.
The LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra is another version of their LeapPad, and it works with “a library of more than 800 life-changing content experiences designed or approved by LeapFrog’s learning experts”. One of the main features of the Ultra is the LeapSearch by Zui, which is a kid-safe web browser which parents will apparently like.
That’s right, it has Wi-Fi. There is also front and rear facing cameras, and the 7-inch touchscreen has 1,024 x 600 resolution. You should be able to receive it on July 17th, for a price of $150. You can find out more about them on the LeapPad Ultra site here.