LeapFrog unveils LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi

Published on: 25th June 2014

Both tablets offer access to hundreds of educational apps, books, games and videos, with durable construction and safe web browsing.leappad30

LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi provide access to LeapFrog’s Learning Library of games and apps designed or approved by LeapFrog’s team of learning experts. Both feature shatter-safe screens and the LeapSearch browsing tool.

LeapPad3 is the fastest, highest-performance five-inch tablet ever from LeapFrog, with Wi-Fi and a new capacitive touchscreen. LeapPad3 has 4GB of memory – enough to store 20,000 photos – as well as two mega-pixel front and back cameras and video recorders, and a built-in lithium ion rechargeable battery.

Parents also have the choice to go large with the LeapPad Ultra XDi, LeapFrog’s seven-inch Wi-Fi tablet. LeapPad Ultra XDi builds on the success of the award-wining LeapPad Ultra. LeapPad Ultra XDi offers a high-resolution touch screen, 8GB of memory – enough to store 40,000 photos – and access to hundreds of downloadable apps. LeapPad Ultra XDi also includes front and back mega-pixel cameras and video recorders, a rechargeable lithium ion battery and an on-board MP3 player.

Dr. Jody Sherman LeVos, director of LeapFrog’s Learning Team, said: “Parents searching for their child’s first tablet are confronted with many choices that say they are designed for kids or have access to a library of ‘educator-endorsed’ content. However, on closer inspection these tablets may be fun but lack the essential deliverables parents are looking for in a safe educational experience for their child. LeapPad3 and LeapPad Ultra XDi offer parents the perfect introductory tablets that are high-performing, and have access to a kid-safe web experience designed for a child to explore their passions and interests along with a learning library of high-quality games and apps. Parents can feel confident that when they hand their child a LeapFrog tablet, whether a LeapPad3 or LeapPad Ultra XDi, they are providing the perfect first tablet experience designed for kids – full of learning and packed with fun.”

Both tablets are suitable for children aged 3-9 years old and will be available in green and pink online and at major UK retail locations on 28 July 2014. For more information, visit

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