LeapFrog Launches Smart TV For Kids
Known for its kid-focused tablet, children’s electronics company LeapFrog released a smart TV aimed at encouraging child education through entertainment. The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, and reading. Kids can choose among multiple gaming options with the pointer, which is similar to a Wii controller. Body motions can also be used for gaming, which LeapFrog says incorporates physical fitness into kids’ lives at a young age. The console package will be available in September for $149.99 online. The price includes one controller, an HDMI cable, a motion-sensor camera, 16 GB of memory and built-in WiFi to download apps. Individual game cartridges will be sold for $29.99 and apps will start at $5.
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