VTech V.Smile TV Learning System Reviews
Product Type: VTech toys
Description:Brand: VTech / Age: 3 Years+ / V.Smile is an award winning TV hook-up learning console guaranteed to capture any child's imagination! The inspired console is accompanied by Disney's Winnie the Pooh 'The Honey Hunt' Learning Game and is compatible with a ... more
VTech V.Smile TV Learning System ... library of popular titles that teach age appropriate curriculum through fantastic games! There are 2 modes of play for a variety of real gaming and educational fun, with 2 levels of difficulty for progressive learning. Including a brilliant joystick that adjusts for left of right hand users and features light up buttons and a chunky enter key, the V.Smile Learning system makes learning fun with minimum effort! If you add a second joystick (not included), your child can enjoy 2-player gaming. The built-in storage compartment holds up to 6 cool games!
Newest Review: ... with cartridge type games which are both fun and educational, we had Winnie the Pooh, Thomas the tank engine and a Diego game ... more
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Customer VTech V.Smile TV Learning System Reviews (12)
by - written on 17/01/08 (Very useful, 163 readings)
My daughter had this computer for her birthday last year, from argos for £49.99 In the box you will get the computer console which is made of purple ond orange plastic, it looks very strong and has lasted almost a year so far in our house which is a miracle. You will also get the leads to connect the computer to your tv, this is easy to do as they are pins that go into the scart. You get one controler but can buy these seperate for £14.99. You also get an instruction manuel and a game. THE COMPUTER CONSOLE The computer console has a lift up lid on the top to be able to store up to 6 games in which i find is good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I bought the V.Smile console as a present for my daughter when she was 2. The Vsmile can be bought in a few different colours, but I got the pink and purple one which came with a Dora the Explorer game included. The console is about 10 inches by 3 inches by 8 inches. There is a slot at the front to insert the game cartridges, which are little plastic things about 3 by 3 inches and only .25 of an inch thick. The console connects directly to your tv by using 3 av leads (which are supplied). The picture quality is surprisingly good, although somewhat basic. The graphics are nothing spectacular but I think that makes it more appealing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 183 readings)
My daughter recieved this for christmas from her nan and grandad as a present and she has been eagerly wanting to play with it every day. It is called a tv learning system but my daughters is a little different from the one pictured above, she has the pink and purple one which is designed for girls and it came complete with the microphone and pen, where in previous reviews they had to be purchased seperatly my daughters was attached to the console, and is aged from 3 years up to 9 years of age. The thing I really liked about this is that it it suitable for left or right handed use, as my daughter is left handed she uses it with ease, you just move ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/08, updated on 11/11/08 (Very useful, 148 readings)
I bought this for my son when he was 3 as a bundle with Winnie the Pooh for around the £40 mark I have the orange and purple one but it also comes in pink and purple with Dora the Explorer for the girls and blue with Thomas and Friends for the boys. The games are all educational yet fun for kids as are all of favourite characters: Winnie the Pooh (3-5 years) Dora the Explorer (3-6 years) Shrek the Third (4- 6 years) Ratatouille (4-6 years) Toy Story (4-6 years) Cars (4-6 years) Spiderman (5-7 years) The Wiggles (3-5 years) Bob the Builder (3-5 years) Thomas the Tank Engine (3-5 years) Scooby Doo (5-7 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/05, updated on 06/06/05 (Very useful, 969 readings)
I purchased the V.SMILE for my son Jordon for Christmas which I paid £54.99 which included Winnie the Poohís Honey hunt game. As some of you know Jordon is disabled with special needs and has developmental delays 'very behind in learning' who is also deaf so can not hear the music and sounds. He seemed to enjoy playing with this, and it has made him smile, it will take him longer to finish games and levels but if this system does what it says it does then Iím sure Jordon will have as good a chance as any other child to learn through play. **PRODUCT** The V.SMILE TV learning system is made by vtech. Itís aimed at children aged ... Read the complete review
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