Leapfrog Didj for Kids


Have kids young enough to handle gizmos like an mp3? Give them the Didj, the latest handheld device from Leapfrog Nintendo DS. At least with this gadget, you will know what they are toying at.

Created for kids aged six to ten years old, it has educational games that will help hone your child’s learning abilities. With games that can be customized into spelling bees and math tests, kids can enjoy such games as Star Wars: The Clone Wars and even the box-office film from Disney, WALL E. As there is a difficulty mode, kids can adjust the game difficulty so they get to experience challenging games and even enhance their skills.

Designed ergonomically to accommodate small hands, the Didj has been built with these specifications: 3.2 inch LCD with 320x 240 high resolution graphics display and 16.7 million color TFT, a 393 MHz processor, a 64MB media cartridge, and 256MB data storage.

This kiddie gizmo will be available in 2008, this summer, with a suggested retail price of $89.99. Its software will contain nine games for the kids to choose or learn from, each with a suggested retail price of $29.99.

Call that a GameBoy plus learning in one whole package. This is just what your child needs.

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