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Bratz Cyber Style Laptop Review

Bratz Cyber Style Laptop Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 08, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews the Bratz Cyber Style Laptop. Get schooled with the Bratz with this stylish laptop that lets you play more than 100 educational games

The Bratz Cyber Style Laptop is a very stylish laptop - after all, it's brought to you by the girls with a passion for fashion! Packed with more than 100 educational games in math, geography, creative writing, spelling, vocab, grammar, Spanish and typing, the Cyber Style Laptop makes learning fun and cool! If you want to take a break from boosting your brain smarts, go check out your horoscope, play mind-bending puzzles, design some jewelry, or take the music challenge! With a backlit LCD screen, updated graphics and sounds, and a special Bratz mouse, this sleek laptop definitely looks like the real deal. It's also lightweight and portable, so you can take it to school or your friend's house to play with your classmates and friends.

Thumbs Up

  • More than 100 games to play!
  • Fun and educational.
  • Has an LCD screen and cool graphics.
  • Comes with a special Bratz mouse.
  • Four AA batteries included.

Thumbs Down

  • It's not a real computer.
  • Has a headphone jack and an AC adaptor jack - but no headphones or AC adaptor.

Bratz Cyber Style Laptop: 4
Age: 5 and up.
Price Range: 4

Price Range Legend
$0-$15 = 1
$16-$30 = 2
$31-$45 = 3
$46-$60 = 4
$60+ = 5

  • For more info on the Bratz Cyber Style Laptop, head to www.mgae.com!
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