VTech Tote and Go Laptop, Orange

October 7, 2019 - Comment

Learn and grow on the go with the VTech tote & go laptop. This kids’ Laptop offers 20 interactive activities with progressive learning levels that teach a variety of subjects. Children can also customize it with their name, age, avatar, favorite tunes and more. Product Features Kids laptop offers 20 learning activities that teach 60+

Learn and grow on the go with the VTech tote & go laptop. This kids’ Laptop offers 20 interactive activities with progressive learning levels that teach a variety of subjects. Children can also customize it with their name, age, avatar, favorite tunes and more.

Product Features

  • Kids laptop offers 20 learning activities that teach 60+ words, spelling, shapes, logic and animals; educational electronic toy has progressive learning levels
  • The pre-K learning center plays 30 popular rock, country, or jazz style melodies; puzzle and logic games develop critical thinking skills in toddlers
  • Laptop for kids has an attached mouse that introduces basic mouse skills; customize the kids computer with a name, age, favorite food, avatar and more
  • Pre-K learning toy has a computer screen, but it is not backlit; screen can be manually adjusted for contrast based on light levels of surroundings
  • The children’s learning system is intended for kids 3 to 6 years of age; 2 AA batteries are included for demo, use new batteries for regular use

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nice, but not what I wanted It’s a nice toy and my grandson loves it. So as far as that goes, it’ll do. But i was hoping that it would be something my daughter and I could sit and use with him as a teaching tool to help him learn his letters and numbers. I feel it has fallen short of my expectations. And it’s not like I rushed and bought the first such toy I saw. I did a lot of looking in the name of resarch. The only thing about this that I saw that I could say was adverse was that it was said to have a dim screen. Well, yes it does. It has you program the child’s name into it with the birthday and favorite food. All this is unnecessary. When it comes on it still says hello Friend and does not say my grandson’s name. So why bother with programming it? He likes to carry it around and fell in love with it instantly so I’m not totally unhappy, but I wish I had found something more of an educational thing that I could work on with him. Construction seems solid. Getting it out of the box was a nightmare…

Anonymous says:

Needs lighting for screen It would be better if the screen was lit up and larger. I bought 2 of these, one in pink and one in orange for our great grandchildren. REALLY DISAPPOINTED about the fact that the pink one cost 25% more than the orange one for boys. Really V-tech??? Sexist much? Since both children have Dad’s and a Grandpa in computer jobs they were excited about teaching the toddlers to play with them. We’ll see what they have to say about how easy it is for the kids to learn and play with.

Anonymous says:

Good idea, terrible application This toy advertises that ages 3-5 can use, however, I believe this is more for a 5-7 year old. The content just isnt practical for any child under 5; its not intuitive, even for an adult to maneuver, the games do not teach basics like HOW to spell, it helps to practice with words they already recognize, with games that have them fill in the middle letter, for example, of a, say, 5 letter word. Too advanced for any 3 or even 4 year old. Another example is counting; it doesnt aid with the process of counting, it has games that test counting by twos…again, just not helpful for a 3-4 year old. It does something similar with the alphabet games. Overall, this toy is not useful and more aggrivating than actually teaches foundational letter and number processes.. even the music and animal options just aren’t structured well. I do not recommend this toy for anyone under 5 and is probably in kindergarden…which I’m not sure would even be interested in this toy.

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