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LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra (Pink)

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  • Kids' learning tablet with 7" touchscreen and 4 GB memory
  • Features kid-safe Wi-Fi browser and extra parental settings
  • Front and back 2-megapixel cameras with video recording
  • Levelled reading experiences and creative play activities
  • Includes 11 apps with a library of over 800 available to buy
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions35.4 x 29.2 x 7.4 cm
Batteries:4 AA batteries required. (included)
Manufacturer recommended age:6 months - 3 years
Item model number83335
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D5S9FX2
Best Sellers Rank 26,729 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight748 g
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Date First Available16 July 2013
  
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LeapPad Ultra features
The LeapPad Ultra features a large touchscreen, two 2 megapixel cameras, speakers, and a directional-pad. view larger

Everything mums want; everything kids will love

Parents Kids
  • All LeapFrog content is approved by educators
  • Access to over 800 fun games, ebooks, and more
  • The LeapPad Ultra is kid-safe out of the box
  • Connect via Wi-Fi to kid-friendly sites
  • Built ultra tough for kids
  • 7 inch high-resolution screen

Built for children, inside and out, the LeapPad Ultra is a kid-friendly tablet with a 7 inch high-resolution screen and safe WiFi that works with hundreds of fun educator-approved games and apps. The tablet is designed for children aged 4 to 9 years, and works with all LeapFrog Explorer cartridges and downloadable apps (sold separately).

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Online access within safe walls

Enjoy the instant fun of WiFi in a secure, kid-friendly tablet. Kids can use LeapSearch, powered by secure browser Zui, to browse only the safest videos and images from the web in a safe, walled-off environment.

For added peace of mind, simple parental settings on the device make it a snap to take charge of your child's online experience.

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Looks like yours; plays like theirs

LeapPad Ultra is built from the ground up to be ultra-tough for kids, and has all the features they want. Play, draw, and write on a 7 inch high-resolution screen, designed with feather-light responsiveness for a kid's touch or for stylus-based play. Capture the world in two ways with front and back cameras and video recorders.

Kids can add cool filters and effects to photos with Photo Fun Ultra, and create crisp, colourful masterpieces with the enhanced Art Studio Ultra app. They can also rock out to included learning songs, or jam to their own music with the built-in MP3 player. Their pet can even chat and play with other pets in two peer-to-peer apps included.

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Great games and apps, complete with educational value

The LeapPad Ultra works with LeapFrog's award-winning library of over 800 educator-approved apps, games, ebooks, videos, music, and more. The library draws on 2,600 skills in auto-levelling games that adapt to your child's pace in subjects like reading and writing, mathematics, creativity and life skills, and science and social studies.

Play with game cartridges or download apps directly to the device from the online app centre. With 8 GB of memory, you can hold up to 40,000 photos, and with a built-in lithium ion rechargeable battery, the learning fun never ends.

Parents can also connect to the LeapFrog Learning Path to see details of their child's play and learning, including levels achieved, skills practised, and recently played games. Celebrate accomplishments with online rewards, and gather ideas to support the learning.

Calibrating the screen on your LeapPad

If you are having problems with the screen and/or the pen of your LeapPad not working correctly, it may be necessary to recalibrate your screen. To do so, please follow these simple steps: (1) power on your LeapPad; (2) simultaneously hold down the home and volume up buttons, which will bring you to the Parent Settings menu; (3) on the Parent Settings menu, select the Screen Calibration option by either touching it or arrowing up to it if the screen is totally unresponsive (if you arrow up to Screen Calibration click the right D-pad button to advance to the next screen); (4) five '+' signs will appear on this page one at a time – click the center of each '+' sign to complete the calibration.

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Recommended ages 3 to 9 years 3 to 9 years 3 to 9 years 4 to 9 years
Touchscreen size 5 inches 5 inches 5 inches 7 inches
Screen resolution 480 x 272 480 x 272 480 x 272 1024 x 600
Processor speed 550 MHz 550 MHz 550 MHz 800 MHz
On-board memory capacity 4 GB 4 GB 4 GB 8 GB
Kid-safe WiFi
Motion sensor
Front and back cameras 2 megapixels 2 megapixels 2 megapixels 2 megapixels
Video recorders 240p 240p 240p 480p
MP3 player Sold separately Sold separately Sold separately Built-in
Apps included 5 9 9 11
Batteries required 4 x AA 4 x AA 4 x NiMh 1 x lithium ion
Batteries included
Battery life Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours Up to 9 hours
AC adapter
Peer-to-peer play

Box Contains

1 x LeapPad Ultra learning tablet
1 x AC power adapter
1 x USB cable
1 x Quick start guide
1 x Parent guide

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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Katsivella on 13 Aug 2013
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Yesterday I received the LPU that I purchased for my daughter, below are my impressions so far.

Strengths:
- Good build quality, the device looks nice and the materials used appear sturdy and durable.
- The responsiveness of the touch-screen is good.
- It can also be used as an MP3/video player, as it allows the upload of external content.
- 8 GB of memory out of the box

Weaknesses:
- The device is too slow. The software upgrade improved things a little, but it needs more work. It takes approximately 8-9 seconds for an application to load, 5-6 seconds to go back to a previous menu screen, or to the home screen. Even simple applications like the mp3 player take too long to launch. Many people on the amazon.com site call the tablet underpowered; I do not think this is the case. An 800MHz processor should be more than capable to handle these apps and content. I use more demanding software on my 800MHz powered Android phone at twice the speed. Neither are the graphics nor the functionality of the s/w on the device too sophisticated for the processor to cope with. I believe this is a typical case of a badly designed O/S that was rushed to the market. At times (especially on the "settings" tab, I started thinking that the screen was not responsive enough...but it was. It was the O/S that could not follow the pace. I hope Leapfrog will realise this early enough to come up with a fix in due time before the end users lose interest.
- Many of the ultra ebooks and other apps are not available outside the US.
- Some of the pre-installed apps cannot be removed/disabled.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By victoria on 16 Mar 2014
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we were rather disappointed with this leap pad we would have been better off buying a tablet. the basic apps that come free aren't very good so you have to go to their app store and buy them ranging between £5-£20 which is ridiculous considering they are no better than the free apps on the Google app store my daughters aged 2 and 4 must have played with this for 30 minutes before getting bored and never picking it up again 9 after i bought several over priced apps) . id advise parents just to get a tablet with protective case for your children as they love mine! total waste of money
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I previously bought an android tablet for my daughter which she liked to a certain extent as many of the apps had to be wi fi enabled and those pop up ads were quite annoying. In a hissy fit she threw it down the stairs so that was the end of the tablet. I decided to go for the leappad ultra in purple. She loved it and considering the apps seem expensive but compared to a regular game cartridge they're really not that dear especially as learning is made to be fun. After a few months the device switched itself off and it was impossible to switch back on so I called leapfrog who said that they would replace the leappad free off charge with it being in warranty. I didn't have the receipt any longer but leap frog looked on their records and could see when the device was registered. Within a week we received a brand new boxed leappad ultra xdi in pink which is actually better than the leappad I originally bought. My daughter loves her leappad and personally I think its better than an android tablet.
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33 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Sutherland VINE VOICE on 3 Sep 2013
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This is the pink version of the new LeapPad Ultra. There's also a version in green, otherwise identical but a fair bit more expensive so if you're buying for a little girl then this is maybe the better option (and it is quite a vibrant, girly pink rather than a more unisex purple... not that I personally subscribe to colour-based gender norms but I know I'm in the minorty!). First impression out of the box is that this is a very robust bit of kit: feels reassuringly sturdy unlike some adult tablets, so likely to cope well with the kind of rough treatment metered out by younger children. Downside of that is that it's very heavy, even for an adult to hold. Setup was fairly intuitive and quick over the inbuilt WiFi: the parent is required to register for a LeapFrog account in order to purchase apps at a later point. A word of warning: at the setup phase you are invited to select a free app from a list of three: choose carefully as you are only allowed one (that's not made terribly clear and I mistakenly thought you were allowed all of them). You also get to set a PIN to prevent the child from doing certain things such as amending the device settings or making app purchases themselves. Once setup the device is good to go and comes pre-loaded with a dozen or so apps, albeit fairly boring ones like a calculator, calendar etc. There's also a link to the LeapPad store to purchase apps directly over WiFi (so no need to purchase cartridges, also they can be played too). First thing I tested was the inbuilt web browser, which I found quite disappointing: essentially you can search a tiny child-safe portion of the web for pictures and YouTube videos, seemingly exclusively of cute animals. That's it. So no option to use Google, Wikipedia etc....Read more ›
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