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Fisher-Price® Fun 2 Learn™ Laughtop™


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  • It's a laptop just for kids full of learning along with laughter
  • Helps preschoolers build key academic skills like phonics, upper and lowercase letters, letter recognition and letter order
  • Kids touch the laptop's keys to play notes from the scale, fun musical riffs and entire musical pieces
  • Three Modes: Letters, Phonics Fun Mouse Game and Tunes
  • Kids can even check e-mail on their very own laptop
  • Hear music and sounds, enjoy exciting animation on the light-up screen, and discover fun surprises
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Preschoolers will laugh and learn a lot with their very own kid-sized laptop. Through engaging activities, they'll build key academic skills like phonics, upper and lowercase letters, letter recognition, and letter order. Features three modes: Letters, Phonics Fun Mouse Game and Tunes. A green backlit LCD display makes the screen interesting and fun for kids. Requires 3 "AA" batteries (included). Measures 8" x 10.75" x 8.25".

From the Manufacturer

The, phonics Laptop helps preschoolers build key academic skills like phonics, upper and lowercase letters, letter recognition and letter order. It comes with a pong game that adds to the fun. The Green backlit LCD display makes the screen interesting. It’s a laptop just for kids—full of learning along with laughter! Discover letters and phonics, enjoy delightful games, explore cool mazes, play music, and make friends with a silly character. From beginners to advanced players, kids will have fun learning letters, phonics and mouse skills through various levels of game play. They can even check e-mail, hear music and sounds, enjoy exciting animation on the light-up screen, and discover fun surprises! Requires 3 “AA” (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 12.5 x 13.1 inches ; 2.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ENW6FA
  • Item model number: J6665
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,557 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

We bought this for my 2 1/2 year old son for Christmas and he ABSOLUTELY LOVES this!!!
Craig Bennett
He is learning letters everyday with it, and it has even helped him learn both the upper case and lower case letters.
Amazon Customer
He loved the phonics game where you have to type the raining letters...He had so much fun and learned FAST!
C. Poor

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. Foss on October 3, 2007
My 3 y.o. son got this as a gift three days ago and he LOVES it. He likes that he can choose the games himself and I notice that he's even begun to really recognize letters already. My only complaint is that the "mouse" is difficult to operate and it can be frustrating for him while playing the games that require him to use the mouse (fortunately, not all the games do need the mouse). I'm hoping that with use it will loosen up.
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110 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Julie S. Bohanon on September 20, 2006
We received this as a 2-year birthday gift. When my son gets something new that he likes, he doesn't put it down for days. His interest in this lasted about 10 minutes. We are returning it, and will try a different computer-like toy.

The mouse is difficult to use, and personally I think having the upper- and lowercase letters on the same button is distracting. The screen is really small, and the top/cover snaps to a 90-degree angle and about a 45-degree angle, so he could never quite see it properly when sitting on his lap. Once, he lay on the floor to see the screen. That alone was enough for me to reject it--I hope to find one with an infinitely adjustable cover, like my own laptop.

He has a similar toy without a screen, the Alphabet Apple by V-Tech, which amuses him for a good 30 minutes in the car. If the "Laughtop" had cost $11.99, I'd be more forgiving, but for the price I expect more.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jacinda Crawford-Mullen on November 28, 2006
My almost 3 year old has autism and she really enjoys this toy even though some of the features are advanced for her right now. For example the two games that you can play with the mouse, a "pong" style and the maze game are beyond her now but she'll have that new discovery in the future.

With the two screen positions she can see fine and I can see the screen even when she's in the floor a distance away. It's not too small and it is intense enough to be acceptable for play. She really enjoys the "raining letters" game where they fall from the clouds and you must push the corresponding letter on the keyboard so the onscreen one drops in the water bucket. All the games have several levels of difficulty.

The feature she enjoys the best is the composer setting where you can play it like a keyboard and there are visuals to match onscreen.

She does not become bored easily with this toy and it was worth the price and is durable and portable.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne Amara TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 30, 2008
My daughter is 3, and has been diagnosed as autistic (although we are not really sure at this point) and has narrow interests in toys. We bought this because she spotted it at a toy store and immediately said "I want to push it! I want to push the ABC letters! I want that computer!". It was one of the longest speeches she has made ever, so of course I had to buy it. I think it appealed to her because it really does look a lot like a laptop computer, exactly the kind of thing she isn't allowed to touch much at home as she has a natural gift for erasing files and changing major settings!

I can't say as I think she will really get long use out of it, however. It is a pretty limited toy---you push the letters and it says them, and their sound, and shows a picture, another mode plays a short bit of music for different keys, and lets the top keys be like a piano, another mode plays games which are beyond her at this point, but I really doubt many self-respecting 7 year olds would have any interest in---I think they are reaching a bit to say the top age for this toy is 7! However, she has played with it a fair amount so far.

It's pretty durable, it has to be to last around here. She has dropped it quite a few times and it hasn't skipped a beat.

One annoying thing---when you are playing with it and stop, the voice asking you to keep playing has the most sarcastic tone! I would like toys to model NICE manners!

Overall, fun as a computer substitute.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sabrina S on December 2, 2006
I purchased this toy for my 2 1/2 year old son before a long plane trip to visit his grandma. He absolutely loves it and has played with it every day since we bought it. He is now three and he knows all of his letters and sounds. He also plays the mouse games very well -- I am amazed at how this "computer" has improved his eye-hand coordination. My only complaint (a minor issue) is that for the letter "x" the word is "fox" instead of something that actually starts with "x." Being a precocious three year old, my son refuses to believe that "fox" starts with "f." He always insists it starts with "x"! Other than that, this is a great toy that has provided us with hours of entertainment and is very educational.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Nickelsen on January 3, 2007
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Great concept....and at first my 3 year old used it a lot. She was able to work on her laptop while I worked on mine. But, we quickly realized that the mouse was not working properly (after the box had been thrown away). The LCD screen is a little on the small side too. If it were me, I would wait and purchase another brand or wait until this one was perfected a little better.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sprout VINE VOICE on January 19, 2008
My 18 m.o. son got this for Christmas after we told everyone how much he loves to bang on my laptop. This toy is not only one of his favorite toys, it is also the most realistic and educational "computer" for young kids. It has a working keyboard and screen, and has four levels of learning - letters, phonics, music and games. It also has 2 levels of sound as well as an off lever right on the keyboard. The mouse is attached and when you move it side to side it plays the alphabet song or when you click it, it will repeat the last selection. After about 2 minutes of inactivity, the laptop says, "laptop logging off!" and shuts off. It even looks like a real laptop - the screen folds down to close!
My son is still a little young for educational content on this laptop, but he loves to push the buttons and listen to the sounds. I highly recommend this toy for any 2-3 y.o. interested in computers or adult tech "toys"!

Update 1/2011: This sturdy little laptop is still going strong 3 years later! now our youngest enjoys playing with it (2 yo) whenever I am on my laptop! Our 4 yo also still plays with it! This toy was well worth the small price we paid!
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