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Fisher-Price Fun-2-Learn Color Flash Laptop


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  • The Fun 2 Learn Color Screen PC combines classic laptop roleplay.
  • Six modes: Letters, Phonics, Numbers, Music, Games, Typing
  • Big, bright light-up screen changes colors—red, green and blue
  • Cordless mouse stows away underneath
  • Silicone rubber keyboard is kid tough.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 2.8 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported
  • ASIN: B001JQLJN6
  • Item model number: N3682
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 8 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,249 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
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Boys and girls love to role play. Now they can have their own laptop, just like mommy and daddy! They’ll be playing for hours with the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop. With basic laptop features and functions, the kid-friendly Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop gives young children the opportunity to learn the basics of computer play while having fun!

Laptop screen

Fun to Learn Laptop will teach the basics of computer play
learning modes

Each learning mode has exciting sounds, music and lights that provide hours of endless fun
Colorful Computer Play
Your child will love experimenting with the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop and its many buttons, sounds and lights. Kids will love how the desktop background changes color from blue, green, to red. There are six, exciting modes to teach letters (both uppercase and lower case!), phonics, music, numbers, games and typing. Each mode will help children strengthen their academic skills and add excitement to learning. With the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop, the learning opportunities are endless!

Tech-Savvy Skills
The Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop is a fantastic educational tool. Whether they’re playing games or counting numbers aloud, just think how much fun your preschooler will have while typing away. Preschoolers will be tech-savvy in not time if they practice their computer skills on a daily basis. The entertainment value is great, too. Once they’ve discovered and mastered one mode, they can move to the next mode. There are so many exciting modes to choose from, the fun never stops!

No Wires, No Mess!
No worries about storing extra parts and wires, the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Color Flash Laptop mouse is attached to the mouse pad, which in turn is attached to the laptop. Plus, the Silicone rubber keyboard is kid tough and can withstand tons of play.

What's In The Box?
Fisher-Price Learn to Color Flash Laptop with attached mouse and mouse pad, 3 AA batteries.

Keyboard

Computer keyboard features easy to read and press buttons

Product Description

Fisher-Price Fun-2-Learn Color Flash Laptop

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My 21 month old daughter just loves this.
Somdev
She can beat the phonics game and has learned all her lower case letters.
beckahlaine
Definitely a great educational toy for kids around 2 1/2 and older!
Chris Cade

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By C. Dowdy on May 6, 2010
We tried several toy laptops in the store, and we liked this one the best. It includes a mode to teach letters, both uppercase and lowercase, and a "Phonics" game to test knowledge of the letters, among other features. Our daughter, who is less than two years old, can already recognize most of the letters thanks to this laptop. The Phonics game keeps her entertained for a long time. She also likes to press the color-change button and see the different colored screens. I'm hoping that she will continue to explore its other features, like the Numbers mode. It is easy to use; she just turns it on and starts playing. It remembers the last mode that was played, so there is no need to select one before starting. Overall, I am very pleased with this toy and consider it one of our best toy purchases.

This toy may only be considered safe for 3-year-olds and up, but we have not had a problem. The laptop, including the mousepad and mouse, are one big piece. None of the parts have come off of the laptop, even though our daughter is quite rough with it. She has even dribbled quite a bit of milk onto the keyboard, and it still works just fine. The mouse is attached to the mousepad, which in turn is attached to the laptop, so there are no cords to worry about.

The mouse is a little difficult to use, and my daughter has some trouble with it. It will only "click" straight up-and-down or left-and-right, in addition to its single button. However, I suspect a different design would have made it less durable or less safe, so I didn't count off stars for this. You should be aware, however, that the Numbers mode and the Games mode require use of the mouse. The other modes can be used with just the keyboard.
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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By AC on January 28, 2009
I got the older version of this laptop for my son when he was about 9 months, to keep his attention away from my own laptop. It worked, and more than that, by 19 months he was recognizing and saying all the letters. The old one was extremely shock resistant and the handle was a nice feature, however, after spilling water over the keyboard half of the keys stopped working. Therefore I got this newer version that has also the typing feature and I also got one for our friends' son, who enjoys it as well.
One observation though... my son is now 21 months and although this was his favorite toy for almost a year, his interest seems to be decreased lately.. I would probably recommend this for 1-4 years olds.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Darqstar on January 11, 2009
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This was purchased as a Christmas gift for my 4 year old great niece and was an instant hit. Both her parents have laptops, so she was happy to finally have her own lap top. It's recommended for ages 3-7, so it should stay with her a long time. She figured out many of the games quickly and was enjoying playing.

It comes with batteries already installed, but do yourself a favor and pick up another package. The batteries were almost gone by the time she opened the gift. It takes 3 AA's.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tessa on August 22, 2009
My mom bought this for my son's 3rd birthday today (he will be 3 next week), and he loves it. He can't keep away from it. He keeps opening it, turning on the switch, and punching all the keys, then turning it off and closing it, only to return to it within a few minutes. He just can't get enough. He's been playing with it now for a half hour and is already repeating "A, Ah, Ant." He has not gotten the hang of the games yet, because he is still enthralled with all the letters and numbers mode. I will update my rating if there is anything negative I feel should be reported, but so far it's a hit!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Chris Cade VINE VOICE on November 11, 2009
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I've been working on a computer for years, and my toddler son always wanted to use mine. Finally I decided to get him one, and after reviewing all of the ones out there decided this one would have the right combination of simplicity and education for my almost 3-year old.

It turns out to be a good choice.

My son has already learned to actively spell his first word, type it on the computer, then say it after he types it. He enjoys being able to be "just like Daddy," as well.

The other games and activities are still too complex for him, so we just use the letter typing activity for now. Occasionally though he'll play with the other buttons just because they are a lot more action-oriented than the spelling.

Definitely a great educational toy for kids around 2 1/2 and older!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Reed on November 10, 2009
We just bought this one and the phonics mode will automatically shut down the laptop once you get two points. Not much learning there. Our 23 month old already knows the ABCs so it's not going to be real exciting in the future. We like the simplicity of the buttons and our son does like the color screen and the voice/sound of this particular model. Whoever said the mouse is hard to use is correct. Our son loves the fact that the toy is a laptop but we will be returning for either a working model or something else.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Finney on August 23, 2009
I got this for my 2 year old son. Most of the activities are to advanced for him including the mouse, which I've pushed into the mouse storage area in the computer. However, he loves the letters part. He can press any letter and it will say the letter, the letter's sound, and something that starts with that letter. He likes repeating the letter and the item that starts with that letter. He will also go hunting for a specific letter when he wants to see something specific. For example, when he wants to see the fish, he hunts for the F key and presses it.
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