The Top 3 Best LeapFrog Tablet Computers (As Of October 2020)
Here are the top 3 LeapFrog tablet computers followed by a list of their latest models:
Even with a lower sample of reviews, considering its aggregate rank of 86%, we determined that the LeapFrog LeapPad Academy is currently Alphachooser's best LeapFrog tablet computer 2020. We also believe that our 581 reviews sampled from our sources give us a safe-enough confidence level (more on confidence levels) that allows us to call it the most interesting choice as of now.
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With its star rating of 4 computed from 1360 reviews, we rank this LeapFrog model second best LeapFrog tablet computer. * Btw, our choices are based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from multiple sources.
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The six latest LeapFrog kid tablets (as of October, 2020)
We're not exactly sure what the 8GB LeapFrog Ultimate tablet has done to merit its name, but its kid-safe browser, shatter-resistant 7-inch display, equipped parental controls, and personalized Just For Me learning approach are indeed promising specs.
The 7-inch LeapFrog Epic Academy Edition tablet, on top of the usual kid-friendly specs like parental and time controls and a learning library, boasts additional content from LeapFrog Academy (for three free months) and an enhanced (but still below-average over-all) 7-hour working duration.
Leapfrog's 7-inch entry into their LeapPad series of learning tablets, with a shatter-proof display and integrated bumper, running on its own LeapPad ecosystem with parental controls and kid-friendly learning applications and games.
Its 2-megapixel front-facing camera actually outshines those used by some entry-level tablets (some still use VGA selfie cameras), but the LeapFrog LeapPad Glo just emits a basic kid-oriented glow, carrying around ordinary specs, such as a 480 x 272 screen resolution, 4GB of integrated memory, and a 0.55GHz CPU.
Three recent tablet computer models
A basic kids tablet with an impact-resistant construction, that features a cartridge slot for its LeapTV games, a 4GB memory, a removable stylus, and tries to impress users with its dedicated app store, that sadly only offers paid apps.