Our last two recommendations are both LeapFrog products, but with two very different uses. The LeapPad Platinum is the latest 7-inch tablet from the company, and its age suggestion is 3-9 years old. It has a built-in bumper for protection from drops, a stylus for controls or drawing that's attached with a cord, and more.
Most LeapPad device run a proprietary software (not Android or iOS) so they won't have many of the typical apps that Android tablets like the Fire Kids Edition have access to. However, LeapFrog has over 800 education-approved apps, games and other content that owners can download, or purchase cartridges from Walmart and other locations. The different titles can be expensive though, and in the long run really start to add up.
The benefit of the LeapPad is it's strong ties to education and learning, rather than just content or games. Much of what parents buy are fun games that teach kids learning, math, and other skills. It has 8GB of internal storage for plenty of downloadable content, parent controls, kid-safe web browsing and other options as well. The 7-inch screen is about the same as most in this slideshow, but isn't HD like the Nabi. It also has a camera on the front and back. More details and buy link is provided below.
Buy the LeapPad Platinum for $119 (at Walmart, Target and more)
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