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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great educational toy for kids 2-7 years old Great gift for children ages2-7 Educational fun can't beat that plus affordable.. 03/27/2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by i bought 2 of the Smart tablets one for a 3yr old & 1 for a 4yr old, I was not happy with this purchase or were they, they found it very hard to use, the keys were very hard to press for them , so I tried it a few times myself and found that they were very hard for me also, 1 has stopped working already, and they don't play with the other one, I would not recommend this at all, they were purchased for Christmas gifts and as soon as I find my receipt I will return them.. I will say that in all my years buying Fisher Price products this is the only time I was not satisfied . 03/04/2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Waste of hard earned money I purchased this for my daughter.She is 26 months, but it looked so neat, I thought I could play it with her so she can start recognizing letters, as she loves books. I found out with my first use that the buttons are too hard to press. You have to get your finger in just the right spot and mash hard. She want be able to do this even when she is six! Plus, after a minute or so of being "on" it keeps "powering down" and I have to turn it back on. No need to change the batteries to see if it helps... too difficult to press the buttons anyway. Sorry fisher price, I've always loved your products and this was a great idea, but piece of junk b/c its so hard to operate. Take it off the shelf!! Parents, don't buy it even thought it looks really neat!! 10/27/2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Child has NO interest in toy My 2 1/2 year old was given this gift by his grandparents and he turned it on and tried pushing the buttons and they didn't respond. You have to push the buttons really hard and as a toddler he doesn't have the strength. Or maybe its because he's used to using tablets and smart phones so he thinks that you should be able to lightly touch a smooth surface like that and get a response. Either way, I've tried several times since then and he won't even turn it on now. Also, as a parent I don't like that there is no headphone jack. 12/22/2012
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