4.0 out of 5 starsNot a bad product just might not be the best toy
June 16, 2017
Updating my review from a few months ago. I bought this for my daughter when she was 1.5 years old and she didn't really get it, now that she's a little over 2 she loves this toy. She likes the sounds and lights and copies the words that she hears. This is a nice toy for the car to travel with.
I didn't really like this product. I find that it's a bit confusing. The bright red display is not really clear enough as the dots don't really make the letters properly. It has great sound. Batteries last long enough...but then again my daughter dont use it much. The product itself survives good falls so I'd say its a durable toy. I wouldn't call it a tablet though. Kids these days know the difference from birth lol.
My 1 1/2 year old doesn't really want anything to do with this. We thought it would be a good alternative to giving her an iPad. The "swiping" function is also somewhat hard to get down. She loses interest quickly when she can't make it work.
I like it but it stops going through the alphabets after saying a few. Not sure how to make it keep going through them all. My 2 yr old likes it but gets upset when she sings along with the alphabets than it stops at letter H. When you push the button again it sings something different or starts at A again. Have yet to hear it go through to Z.
Got this for my baby's 1st birthday - she loves it! Like most things at this age, she moves on to the next toy after a bit. She has gotten accustomed to moving icons and camera screens on our cell phones and this isn't quite the same. She can roll her fingers over all the icons and they light up but there's really only a 2"x2" box where the screen moves. I think likes this more than toys where she has to push buttons.