For the first time, LeapFrog is offering its learning content on a tablet made specifically for sale in the consumer electronics section of stores. The LeapFrog Epic, from LeapFrog Enterprises Inc., tablet adapts as a child grows, delivering access to personalized learning experiences that auto-level with a child’s progress.
The tablet boasts a customizable, interactive, playable home screen; kid-safe browsing right out of the box that can adjust accessibility as a child is ready; and parental controls. Its technical specifications include a quad-core processor, an operating system based on Android 4.4, a 7-inch multi-touch capacitive LCD screen, 16 GB of memory, and more than six hours of battery life.
“Children expect technology that’s more like their parents’—sleeker and faster, whereas parents want technology that has been designed with kids in mind and safely delivers educational and development benefits, not just another TV screen,” says John Barbour, the CEO of LeapFrog.
Today through September 27, parents are invited to tell us why their child is epic with #LeapFrogEpicSweepstakes on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Parents can share their epic story along with their contact information on the sweepstakes page at www.leapfrog.com/epic-sweeps for the chance to win one of six prize packs worth $500 each, with one winner each week.