LeapFrog Click Start My First Computer Reviews
Product Type: Leapfrog toys
Description:Brand: LeapFrog / Age: 3 Years+ / The LeapFrog ClickStart My First Computer introduces youngsters to the wonders of the PC and helps them learn basic computer skills as well as simultaneously teaching them core pre-school and nursery skills. Ideal for ages ... more
Newest Review: ... if they do not wish to use the mouse and picture buttons which are used to provide noises, songs etc. There is also a pause ... more
Customer LeapFrog Click Start My First Computer Reviews (7)
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 597 readings)
We bought the Leapfrog Click Start My First Computer for our eldest daughter last Christmas. The age range for the computer is 3 years+ and she was only just over 2 at the time but she's quite clever (not that I'm bias at all!) and was desperate for a computer like mummy and daddy have so we decided to get it for her! Luckily, my husband had also just won some Amazon vouchers so it was basically free - yay! So what is it? The Click Start computer is a basic console that plugs in to your tv. It's made of two parts - the actual console that plugs straight in the television and the keyboard which works via infrared so is wireless which is great with young ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I can imagine that for a young child of around 3 this would be the perfect way to introduce them to computers. The keyboard is designed around the Leapfrog Scout puppy logo and is bright green and white in colour, making it visually attractive to young children. The mouse sits on Scout's 'paw' and is easy for young children to grip and use, giving them practice for whne they are old enough to use a real mouse. The mouse can be stored underneath the keyboard to ensure it does not get damage or misplaced. This also saves the battery power as the keyboard and mouse 'go to sleep' when not in use or moved. the whole console is made of durable, high quality plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
My husband and I both have regular laptops for grown ups and our 3 year old loves playing games on them so we bought him a Leapfrog Clickstart for Christmas. We had intended on buying a childs laptop but many of them have poor screen displays and not 'qwerty' keyboards. We failed to see the point of buying a computer without a qwerty keyboard as he needs to know where the keys are on a real computer. We have a 42 inch screen tv and were warned that the picture may not be good on such a large tv, but it is more than adequate. Having previously used a v smile baby on a 30 inch I can tell you that this is far superior. The computer itself ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
We bought the leapfrog my first computer for our eldest daughter at christmas and thought she would really enjoy playing with it and being able to learn her alphabet and numbers a little better. She was three last christmas and we thought it a suitable age range for her at the time. We managed to get a good deal on it and bought several games at the same time which we thought would interest her. There is quite a big choice of games for the leapfrog first computer so we were happy that we would get use out of it even if we chose games which she perhaps wouldn't take to as well as others. The design of the computer is great and definately child ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Since my son was about a year old he's loved my laptop to the extent where if I'm working on it downstairs on the sofa he will clamber up on my lap just to try and press the buttons and use it. I think he likes seeing the screen change when he presses something. So for his 2nd birthday we decided it was about time we tried to get him something he can use himself even if he knows it's not the real thing. So we got him the LeapFrog ClickStart First Computer for about £30. It's actually intended for children between the ages of 3 to 6 years but we thought we'd start him early and see how he got on. The computer itself uses pre-loaded games in order to teach your ... Read the complete review
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