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Rated 3 out of 5 by from My daughter has enjoyed and learned a lot with the leapfrog pads. We upgraded her 1 year ago to the platinum and while the features are great the pad did not hold up. Within 3 months of having it she tip of the stylus unraveled and she was not able to use it. I contacted customer care and they did send one to replace it. However they stated it was a one time replacement. Now after only having it 13 months the pad will not turn on. It a bummer considering it right past the warranty.
Date published: 2016-08-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Must-buy for 1st-timers, but Ultra owners can skip When LeapFrog came up with the LeapPad Ultra in 2013, I was blown away by how much better it was than previous LeapPad versions. Nearly 2 years later, when I heard that LeapFrog was coming up with a newer version of the LeapPad -- the LeapPad Platinum -- I was so excited to see what improvements they would come up with and what new bells and whistles it would come with. When LeapFrog sent me a review unit to try out, I decided to gift it to my 5 year-old niece. PROS: My nieces loves her new LeapPad Platinum! Her eyes lit up when she first saw it, and now she carries it around with her everywhere and calls it her special iPad. She plays on her parents' tablet and phones all the time, so she was able to get up and running and start having fun on the LeapPad Platinum right away. She loves taking selfies of herself and her little sister just like her parents do on their phones! The new Imagicard feature (a set of special cards that kids can scan into the LeapPad Platinum and have the characters on the cards come to life on the LeapPad Platinum) is icing on the cake. She's already a big fan of Paw Patrol, so she was amazed that she could scan Imagicard with the LeapPad Platinum and see her favorite Paw Patrol characters join the videogame she is playing. I've always said that the LeapPad is the perfect kid-friendly tablet and the perfect alternative to letting your kids play on your phone or tablet, and the new Platinum version is no different. It really does give kids hours of educational fun right out of the box, without any of the set-up headaches that plague parents when they try to make their devices kid-safe. CONS: Most of the features found in the LeapPad Platinum are the exact same features that I was so excited to see on the Ultra: the 7" hi-res screen, 8 GB memory, Wifi capability, kid-safe browser, 2MP front and back camera, 480p video, accelerometer, rechargeable battery. The battery life of the Platinum (5 hrs) is actually less than the Ultra (8hrs)! I was disappointed to see that the Platinum was so similar to the Ultra. Pretty much the only new feature is the Imagicard technology. Don't get me wrong, Imagicard is an awesome technology and it certainly enhances the educational and entertainment experience for kids.... but the Platinum sells for $129, whereas the Ultra can be found on sale for $64.99 (it originally sold for $149). Is the LeapPad Platinum worth the price premium? You decide! Disclosure: Leapfrog provided me with a free LeapPad Platinum to review.
Date published: 2015-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from LeapPad Platinum Rocks! What an amazing tool for getting my kid excited about learning. She has been an avid sponge of knowledge from day one, but now it feels a lot more like fun. I even get wrapped up in it and am forced to hand it back over to it's rightful owner. A great investment in my daughters future. I can't wait to explore other LeapFrog products!
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product We are big Leap Frog fans around this house, and this product did not disappoint. The interactive feature between the physical cards and digital game is really awesome. The kids love seeing the animals come to life on their screen! And I feel that it really breaks up the "Screen Stare" when they are asked to find another card. The Paw Patrol game - which we currently have - includes all the cards digitally as well. So we can take the game on the road without having to deal with the physical cards. My favorite feature is the 8GB memory to hold all our favorite LeapFrog games.
Date published: 2015-07-13
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