Leapfrog & VTech Tablets | LeapPad Ultra vs InnoTab 3 & 3s Comparison
This is the third consecutive Christmas that VTech and Leapfrog have gone head to head with their own version of children’s gaming tablets.
They’re an expensive present, so it pays to do your homework before committing to a purchase. Here’s a table to help you get your head around all the different features and specifications that each gadget offers.
LeapPad 2 Power vs LeapPad Ultra vs InnoTab 3 vs InnoTab Baby
Best Kids Tablet For 2013
The LeapPad Ultra outstrips all the others in terms of performance and fuctionality. The screen is bigger, camera better, storage capactiy larger, and processor faster. It also has the most grown up, tablet-like appearance, and will be better suited to children aged 8 and 9 years than the other models.
Tablet Computer For Babies
Yes, it’s true, VTech have launched a tablet for babies. And while the £85 / $85 may seem like an extravagance, I can definitely see the appeal of handing this to your tot to save your own mobile phone or tablet from their never ending stream of dribble. I’ve had my hands on an InnoTab Baby and it certainly feels toddler proof.
Alternatives To InnoTab and LeapPad
VTech and Leapfrog are not the only makers of kids tech toys, and the new Kurio tablets launched in 2013 are also worth a look, especially for older children. You can find more details on my post about the best kids tablets for 2013.
No Leapfrog LeapPad 3 In 2013
There were two new LeapPad products launched in 2013: the Ultra is Leapfrog’s answer to the InnoTab 3s, and the LeapPad Power is last year’s LeapPad 2 with a built-in rechargeable battery and power adapter.
Best Prices for LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad Power, And InnoTab 3s
Amazon often has the best prices for tech gadgets, with the added bonus of free home delivery and no need to leave your home to trudge to the shops. Here’s the latest prices in the US and UK:
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