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Discovery Kids Teach 'n' Talk Exploration Laptop, Pink

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Pink
  • 60 discovery activities
  • Built in games
  • Large LCD display - pivots right and left, up and down
  • Standard keyboard and 2-button mouse
  • Battery operated and portable
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Product Details

Color: Pink
  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 9.2 x 1.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0045H29OY
  • Item model number: 16375960042
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 13 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,862 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Pink

Product Description

Bring play time and learning everywhere you go with the Discovery Kids Exploration Laptop. This state-of-the-art, fully loaded kids laptop allows you to play math games, word puzzles, music, and more, placing hassle-free, no mess entertianment at your kids fingertips all of the time. Perfectly compact and wireless, the exploration laptop is convenient and portable for car or plane rides, and fits into most backpacks. Introduce your child to the technological era with fun games, brain-teasers, music and so much more.

From the Manufacturer

Take the world with you everywhere you go. The Discovery Exploration Laptop allows you to play math games, word puzzles, music, and more. Perfectly compact, it is easily portable for car or plane rides, and fits into most backpacks.

Customer Reviews

Wish we could return it but the box was ripped apart during the opening.
reoqueens
I wanted a realistic looking toy laptop to be a "decoy" to distract her from the real thing, and this toy fits the bill.
K. Martin
The LCD screen is temperature sensitive - you cannot see it in cold weather.
Mad Max

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

We tested 20 different "laptop" toys this Christmas, including several of the Discovery Kids laptops. They all have slightly different games, but they are all essentially the same. In fact, most of them get their LCD screens & game chips from the same manufacturers, so just the packaging is different.

But, we discovered something that surprised us even: Many of these games are recycled from 30 years ago! We have what's called a "V-Tech Smart Start Advantage" (1980, bought it at a garage sale for 25¢), and it has some of the exact same games!

So, two things every consumer needs to know about these laptop toys:

#1) Despite the packaging (whether the toy looks like a laptop, an iPhone, etc), these LCD screen toys are old technologies that don't change, but are being repackaged to look more modern. I predict they will soon repackage the same thing to look like a Kindle, e-book reader, iPad, etc. But it's the same toy from the 1980's.

Which leads to #2: This product is recommended for 6 years+. HOWEVER, if your child has ever seen a REAL laptop, Wii, iPhone, etc., they will get bored with this in 30 seconds. In other words, by the time they're old enough to use the educational games, they will have outgrown the technology. Let me be perfectly clear: If your 4, 5, or 6 year old is tech savvy, they WILL get bored with this. My 5-year-old nephew spent exactly FIVE SECONDS with this, then went back to his train set.

I actually recommend this product for 9-36 months (and give it 3½ stars for that age range). Here's why:

I've already said our 30-year-old V-tech does essentially the same thing. But we were drawn to the Discovery laptop anyway because it looks like a realistic laptop.
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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Stardustt on July 23, 2011
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Update! Over a year later (11/11/2012) and this laptop still works just fine! I've only replaced the batteries once or twice (occasional use, not daily). I think my son will still enjoy this a year from now. :)

It seems my son's goal in life is to destroy my laptop at any means possible lol, so I purchased this laptop (used) in the hopes it would distract him from mine. It does exactly what I purchased it for, distract him, and now my laptop can sit here without fear of being crushed, thrown, hit, all those great things that rowdy little boys love to do. I'm not sure how it would work for older kids who want to actually play the games on it. My son is 19 months old. I was thinking of attaching shiny mirrors and/or stickers to the area without a screen so it would look even more like a laptop, but I haven't had the need to. The keyboard is just like a real one. The mouse can be unplugged and is great for swinging around lol. There is a music button that plays a song over and over, and you can change the songs by pressing it again. It turns itself off after a few minutes of not being used. Only slight downfall when using it this way is that it's hard for a baby to open. You have to pull down on a button on top to open it. I put brand new batteries in the day I got it and it hasn't died or slowed down at all. I'm very happy with this and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to give their toddlers a real looking laptop to play on.
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Color Name: Pink
We tested 20 different "laptop" toys this Christmas, including several of the Discovery Kids laptops. They all have slightly different games, but they are all essentially the same. In fact, most of them get their LCD screens & game chips from the same manufacturers, so just the packaging is different.

But, we discovered something that surprised us even: Many of these games are recycled from 30 years ago! We have what's called a "V-Tech Smart Start Advantage" (1980, bought it at a garage sale for 25¢), and it has some of the exact same games.

So, two things every consumer needs to know about these laptop toys:

#1) Despite the packaging (whether the toy looks like a laptop, an iPhone, etc), these LCD screen toys are old technologies that don't change, but are being repackaged to look more modern. I predict they will soon repackage the same thing to look like a Kindle, e-book reader, iPad, etc. But it's the same toy from the 1980's.

Which leads to #2: This product is recommended for 6 years+. HOWEVER, if your child has ever seen a REAL laptop, Wii, iPhone, etc., they will get bored with this in 30 seconds. In other words, by the time they're old enough to use the educational games, they will have outgrown the technology. Let me be perfectly clear: If your 4, 5, or 6 year old is tech savvy, they WILL get bored with this. My 5-year-old nephew spent exactly FIVE SECONDS with this, then went back to his train set.

I actually recommend this product for 9-36 months (and give it 3½ stars for that age range). Here's why:

I've already said our 30-year-old V-tech does essentially the same thing. But we were drawn to the Discovery laptop anyway because it looks like a realistic laptop.
Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Am That I Am on March 8, 2011
This thing and all Discovery Kids stuff is so cheaply made, it will break quickly, even with proper non-abusive use. And, if you don't buy directly from their store, they will not honor the warranty.

Save you money and look for something better quality to buy your kid.
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