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LeapFrog Explorer Globe and Leapster L-Max Review

LeapFrog Explorer Globe and Leapster L-Max Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 01, 2007
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

The folks at LeapFrog are always coming out with new interactive toys. We're taking a look at a couple of their recent innovations - the LeapFrog Explorer Globe and the Leapster L-Max. Check 'em out!

The folks at LeapFrog are always coming out with new interactive toys. We're taking a look at a couple of their recent innovations - the LeapFrog Explorer Globe and the Leapster L-Max. Check 'em out!


LeapFrog Explorer Globe

The LeapFrog Explorer Globe looks like a standard desk globe - but it's anything but ordinary. The talking globe features an interactive pen, which you use to locate countries, get world statistics from the globe's built-in atlas, and play games. The globe has two modes - Facts and Eureka Challenge - which allow you to either get info or test your knowledge. Geography has never been so fun!


LeapFrog Explorer Globe - Thumbs Up

  • Both fun and educational.
  • Thousands of world facts and six different games.
  • Stylish globe will brighten up your room.

LeapFrog Explorer Globe - Thumbs Down


LeapFrog Explorer Globe Rating:4
Age: 8 and up.
Price Range:5


Leapster L-Max Learning System

The Leapster L-Max is a portable learning system.

The Leapster L-Max is a portable TV learning system that allows you to play on the handheld system or plug it in to a TV for even bigger fun. The console plays all kids of educational games (sold separately) that will teach you anything from multiplication to geography. It's durable, compact and - most importantly - fun!


Leapster L-Max - Thumbs Up

  • Play on the small screen for on-the-go fun or plug into a TV for big screen entertainment.
  • Educational and fun.
  • Smaller and easier to handle than the previous Leapster model.

Leapster L-Max - Thumbs Down

  • Speaker is on handgrip so sound can be muffled.
  • Screen is hard to see in bright light (like outside).

Leapster L-Max Rating:4
Age: 4-10.
Price Range:5


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


For Technical Support contact Leapfrog at www.leapfrog.com/en/home/support.html


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