If there's one device that has revolutionized the way children learn (and, let's face it, play), it's the tablet. And while many of us find ourselves reluctantly handing our tablets over to our kids on long car trips, at restaurants, or even while sitting on the sofa at home, we do so at great risk. They're expensive, delicate products that kids have a knack for spilling on and dropping.
No company has taken on the adult tablet quite like LeapFrog. Over the past three years, it's introduced three different kid-safe versions of the tablet — both with and without Wi-Fi, but always with kids' safety in mind. Today, the company announced that the latest version of its popular LeapPad — the LeapPad 3, out later this Summer. An updated version of its popular original tablet, the LeapPad 3 has some new features that parents will love. Read on to see what you need to know about LeapFrog's latest creation.