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LeapPad2 is a tablet for tiny hands

It’s sometimes terrifying to hand over your several hundred dollar tablet to your little one. There’s a good chance that it will come back sticky, broken, or have a bunch of new apps for kids games all over the place. That being said, there are likely some times where you wish that there was a more kid-friendly tablet out there.

Thankfully, Leap Frog has you covered with the LeapPad2. It has all the features from your tablet that your kids want to play with, and it can withstand the gauntlet that children put their toys through. It can hold up to 70 downloads or 25,000 photos, and it has a much longer battery life than its predecessor. There is a huge library for the LeapPad2 that has kid-friendly apps, music, and videos. This is aimed for the 3-9 year old range and costs about $100 unless you want the Disney princess bundle, which will set it to $130.


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