LeapFrog’s LeapTV is a Wii-style games console aimed squarely at kids

LeapFrog’s LeapTV is a Wii-style games console aimed squarely at kids

Children’s technology company LeapFrog has announced its latest product, a games console to promote learning while gaming.

LeapFrog is aiming the LeapTV games console at 3-8 year-olds who may have their eyes on the likes of the Xbox and PS4, providing parents with a more suitable option.

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It’s simple on the eyes and comes with a motion-sensing controller and camera kit – similar to Microsoft’s Kinect – to enhance kids’ overall gaming experience.

LeapFrogTV

The console is due to launch in October at a respectable $150, and more than 100 games and videos will be available to snap up at the same time.

 Via Guardian

 

 

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