In a survey conducted in partnership with Kelton, a major global insights company, about the technology habits of parents and kids LeapFrog found that 91 percent of parents say their kids aged 3-8 use a mobile device and that 98 percent of parents want their kids to use technology for education. With this in mind the company developed LeapFrog Epic, an Android powered 7 inch tablet that offers a customizable experience for kids aged 3-9.


The company says that it built Leapfrog Epic tablet from the ground up for kids in mind, it provides them with countless opportunities to safely play, imagine and create.

It provides access to unique personalized learning experiences that level up as a child progresses, it also features a customizable interactive and playable home screen with easy to use parental controls so that parents can control the experience for their children.

The tablet has a quadcore processor, 7 inch multi-touch capacitive LCD display, front and rear cameras, 16GB storage, Android 4.4 KitKat and over six hours of battery life. It’s stocked with LeapFrog games, ebooks, apps and countless skills which include problem solving, STEM and creativity.

LeapFrog’s Just for Me learning technology is also onboard and it personalizes select games in up to ten unique ways from adjusting learning levels to remembering curricular progress and providing easy access to tutorials.

The LeapFrog Epic tablet is meant for children aged 3 to 9 years old, it will be sold online and through major retail locations across the country starting next month for $139.99.

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