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LeapFrog Epic Tablet Review

By Kelsey

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There are many tablets on the market right now marketed for kids. It can be difficult to know which ones have features that appeal to both parent and child. I had the opportunity to play with the LeapFrog Epic and here is my review.

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Age Range: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 year olds
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Unboxing

Unboxing the leapfrom epic tablet was extremely easy. Once the lid of the box is lifted, you will find a 7” screen tablet and bumper case. My bumper case was green but there are other color options you can choose. Leappad Epic Tablet Unboxing Also included are instructions and a wall charger using USB to micro USB connection. The tablet will need to be charged about 2 hours before you start using and set up will take about 10 minutes. If you're looking for another bestselling kids tablet, you should also take a look at the Kindle Fire.
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The Playtime Experience

My Epic tablet had to take a system update and be set up before it was ready for use. Once set up LeapFrog walks you through creating a parent account complete with pin number. Leappad Epic Tablet Welcome Screen The Epic has you build a profile for each child that will be using the tablet and choose their grade level from Early Pre-K to 6th. There are several pre-loaded learning applications on the tablet and a special web browser called LeapSearch specifically designed for kids. Leappad Epic Tablet Parent Settings Leappad Epic Tablet Parental Controls The parent mode allows you to choose which websites your child is allowed to visit with the web browser. It comes pre-loaded with things like discovery kids and pbs but you can add any websites that you wish. Parent-mode also allows you to set time and content limits. The kid side of the tablet has lots of learning games and reward centered games like the word of the day and e-books. The background is also interactive. Leappad Epic Tablet Menu The background is a city that children and customize and watch things turn from day to night. There is also a forward and rear facing camera for photo and video captures. Leappad Epic Tablet Review Related Toys: LeapFrog LeapPad Platinum, LeapPad Glo
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Things I Liked

I loved the parent mode on this tablet and the LeapSearch. I haven’t come across a child’s tablet yet that had such a great way to give kids access to the internet while simultaneously keeping them safe. Leappad Epic Tablet What I Liked
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Things I Didn't Like

I really haven’t found anything to dislike with the LeapFrog Epic. I think it could use more internal storage however, it is expandable with an SD card you can buy separately. Leappad Epic Tablet What I Didint Like Leappad Epic Tablet Back Of Device
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Appropriate Ages

The LeapFrog Epic actually covers a large age range, from 3 years old to 9 years old. I was really surprised by that large of an age range but the fact that you can create multiple profiles and each child can have their own pre-loaded applications and games that are tailored for their grade and learning level. You may also like: The LeapFrog LeapStart if you're looking for an educational LeapFrog toy more focused on books, and specific to younger ages (2-4): https://toynotes.com/leapfrog-leapstart-interactive-learning-system
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Final Note

I loved my play experience with the LeapFrog Epic. The games and interactive applications were fun and customizable. The parent features were my favorite. I have yet to find another table that is as tailored to child safety while using the internet and it really made me feel secure about handing this to my child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taNkyD9kJU4

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