VTech Baby Learning Laptop

November 6, 2011

My little Ethan is a “grabby” boy.  He constantly is interested in touching and tasting anything and everything that he can.  We’re constantly trying to keep the laptop away from him – because he always seems to find that teeny button that tells the laptop that the top is ‘closed’ and then goes into hibernation mode.New VTech Final_logo

I had the opportunity to review the VTech Baby’s Learning Laptop – and help steer the focus of Ethan’s playing at the Laptop to playing with his own laptop.

The Laptop has three modes of play – one for Shapes, one for Common Objects, and the other is for Feelings and Music.  It has a light-up screen, colorful keyboard and a moveable mouse. 073800_prod

Ethan and Andrew both seem to enjoy this toy, and it is often in use.  I found that it is a great toy to carry into the car.  It’s got a nice handle and is perfect to sit on a lap.  We took it on a longer car ride and it kept Ethan entertained the whole way there – and on Andrew’s lap the whole way home.

DSC01133One minor complain I have is the repetitive sound from bumping the mouse with the laptop closed.  My kids tend to have the setting on the Shapes setting – which when you push the mouse with the laptop closed it says in a very exhausted sounding voice, “Let’s Go Home….”  and after a long day out and about- it’s just like another kid whining when it’s constantly being bumped.  To resolve this – we simply change the setting for them so we don’t have to hear that saying any more.

Otherwise, with the laptop open – it’s rare to have a repetitive sound.

Ethan’s Favorite part is the music.  He loves to dance and even sing a little bit to the music on the laptop – and he’s so cute when he does it SmileDSC01136

VTech Baby’s Learning Laptop can be purchased for approximately $15.00 at most major retailers.  You can also purchase it online at VTech.com.

You also have a chance to win the Baby Learning Laptop Right Here!!

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Comments

  1. Mandy Kauffman says:

    I’d also love the have the V.Reader Interactive E-Reading System! Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  2. I would love to have the Sing & Discover Story Piano for my daughter, she would love it! Thanks for this great giveaway- I Hope I win!!

    mommaclopper84@gmail.com

  3. Carrie Phelps says:

    The InnoTab Interactive Learning App Tablet may have a age recommendation of 4+ but my 2 y.o. grandson is fantastic with his parents IPad! He would love this!
    carriedust@yahoo.com

  4. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I like the Inno Tab V Reader ans would love to have the Toy Story software to go with it.

  5. I’d love to get my daughter the Innotab!

  6. I’d love to own the Light-Up Learning Phone for my grandson!

  7. would love to have the pink V reader interactive system

  8. I’d also get the Innotab for my kids.

  9. Well as a mom of four kids ages 1,3,5 and 7 there is alot id love to try to be honest but i really like the look and reviews of the InnoTab Interactive Learning App Tablet

  10. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d love the V-Reader or the InnoTab.

  11. Christina C says:

    I’d love the Zoom Zoom Racer.

  12. Carolyn H says:

    I’d love to have the Hammer Fun Learning Truck

  13. Pull & Lights Phone looks like fun!

  14. The Dora MobiGo Bundle looks really nice and educational.

  15. I’d love to have the Sing & Discover Story Piano

  16. Sonya Morris says:

    I would love to have the InnoTab.

  17. Bonnye Sensenig says:

    The InnoTab Pink Interactive Learning App Tablet is awesome!

  18. daniel healey says:

    I would like to have the

    V.Reader Interactive E-Reading System for my son

  19. Mary Jensen says:

    I’d love the MobiGo! 🙂

  20. i’d love their ‘care and learning teddy’ for my little guy

    annae07 at aol dot com

  21. Patty White says:

    I’d love to get my little girl the Disney Princess Dial ‘n Learn Telephone

  22. Daiva Baum says:

    I’d love to own InnoTab Interactive Learning App Tablet

  23. I’d love the Sit-to-Stand Learning Walker for my baby!

  24. Jessica Barnett says:

    would like the catch me kitty

  25. Mandy Kauffman says:

    11/18 tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/SuperGrover83/status/137541774993395712 (Accidentally entered in Rafflecopter without leaving link!)

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