The LeapPad Ultra now boasts Wi-Fi capability and a kid-safe web browser
The bigger screen on the LeapPad Ultra measures seven inches and
The LeapPad Ultra from LeapFrog is due to be available from mid-July and will retail for US$150
The new LeapPad Ultra from LeapFrog has a larger screen and looks more like a grown-up tablet
The LeapSearch browser in the LeapPad Ultra offers access only to videos, images and sites from the web that have been vetted by LeapFrog’s Learning Team
The LeapPad Ultra follows on from the LeapPad 2, but at first glance it's obvious that this is more than a token update. Thanks to a seven-inch screen with a 1024 x 600 resolution, it instantly looks more like a standard tablet than the LeapPad 2 (with its five-inch 480 x 272 offering). The new light-touch screen has also been designed to work with fingers or a stylus, so little users can practice their writing skills.
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