Even kid-pads deserve an upgrade

Just like Apple and Google, LeapFrog also has a new upgraded version of its popular LeapPad tablet. The LeapPad2 has front and back cameras to capture still photos and video.  The tablet has five pre-installed programs that focus on drawing, reading and music.

Geekdad James Floyd Kelly -- and his two preschool kids - gave the new version high marks in his column at Wired.com.

There are hundreds more apps, ebooks and learning games available from the LeapFrog library but they cost about $25 each - a lot more than Mom and Dad pay for their apps.

The LeapPad 2 comes in green or pink and costs $99 at amazon.com .

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