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VTech Innotab – Kids iPad

Vtech Innotab

VTech Innotab - Kids iPadVtech Innotab - John Lewis

The VTech Innotab has been described as an iPad for kids and is the innovative new touch screen learning system specially designed for children between 4 and 8 years old. iPads and other tablet computers have become so popular that they are now a commonplace gadget around the home. However, most of the parents who own these expensive devices don’t let their young kids anywhere near them!

Now younger children can have their very own tablet PC with the VTech Innotab Touch Screen Learning System which is very similar to a kids iPad. Not only does the Innotab bring cutting edge technology to childrens fingertips, there are plenty of built-in learning features that renowned electronic toy manufacturer VTech is renowned for.

The VTech Innotab is a highly innovative and versatile device that is extremely user-friendly and easy for young children to pick up and use in an intuitive manner. The Innopad is effectively several different electronic devices in one, it can be used as an e-book reader, organiser, art studio, video player, music player and games console. Many of the educational games take advantage of the built-in motion sensors, just like in a real iPad!

The Innopad is due for release this Autumn, being at the forefront of electronic devices for kids, the VTech Innotab is tipped to be one of the best selling toys for Christmas 2011. To keep up to date with the latest news and Innopad in stock details, sign up for email updates, click here: Innotab Email Updates

VTech Innotab - Kids iPad

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  1. All good news, Except….
    For 4 to 9 year olds???
    My 2 year old has a 150 GBP (220$) Hannspree Hannspad with Android 2.2 on it..
    Thousands of educational apps out the for android and he’s WICKED at “Angry Birds” !!
    I don’t mean to boast but surely, with kids as advanced as they are these days, the target age range of this device is way too high.
    Considering the price point of android tablets, I think this is ridiculous. ESPECIALLY since the ‘cartridges’ cost extra!

    Nobody owns an Atari anymore vTech, get with the program!!


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