LeapFrog unveils the LeapFrog Epic

Published on: 21st August 2015

The new Android-based tablet offers play and learning experiences designed to adapt as a child grows.

LeapFrog-480The launch marks the first time LeapFrog has offered a vast, award-winning selection of learning content on a tablet made for sale in the consumer electronics section of stores.

The LeapFrog Epic tablet was built from the ground up to adapt as a child grows, offering endless possibilities for children to explore safely, play, imagine and create. The tablet delivers access to personalised learning experiences that auto-level with a child’s progress; a customisable, interactive, home screen and kid-safe browsing that can adjust accessibility as a child is ready and parental controls.

John Barbour, LeapFrog CEO, commented: “We create tablets for parents that are looking for the perfect introduction to tablet play for their child, with the best safety features available today and access to a vast selection of our award-winning content that not only provides a breadth of entertainment, but delivers life-changing learning and development. The LeapFrog Epic tablet is age-appropriate right out of the box, but grows with a child. Children expect technology that’s more like their parents’ – sleeker and faster, whereas parents want technology that has been designed with kids in mind and safely delivers educational and development benefits, not just another TV screen. The LeapFrog Epic tablet is a perfect balance – a unique, full-featured kid’s tablet experience with the learning content and controls that parents can trust and all the play, creativity, and exploration children will love.”

The LeapFrog Epic tablet is coming to the market next month.


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