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LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI Kids’ Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary)

LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI  Kids' Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary)

The LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra Learning Tablet is the ultimate learning tablet! Built from the inside out just for kids, LeapPad Ultra features Wi-Fi with kid-safe Web and access to LeapFrog’s educator-approved library of apps, games and more.

Everything moms want. Everything kids will love.

  • Educator-approved content
  • Kid-safe out of the box
  • Built ultra-tough for kids
  • Access to 800+ fun games, ebooks & more
  • Connect via Wi-Fi to kid-friendly sites
  • 7″ hi-res screen

Kid Tough
Durable & Drop-Tested

Built-in 9-hour
Rechargeable Battery

Front & Back Cameras
Plus Video Recorder

8 GB Memory
Holds up to 40,000 Photos
or 100+ Game Apps*

LeapSearch™ Powered by
Zui™ & © Saban Digital Studios LLC.


Online access. Within safe walls.

Only LeapPad Ultra has LeapSearch™ powered by Zui™ —a secure browser that lets kids explore the content they love. Everything on LeapSearch has been handpicked by our team of learning experts, with parental settings for easy fine-tuning by you.


Looks like yours. Plays like theirs.

It’s got the graphics, the camera, and the looks. But LeapPad Ultra is a kid-tough tablet. Built from the inside out just for kids, it has friendly controls, an ultra-tough frame and a screen designed for a kid’s light touch.

Disney/Pixar elements © Disney Pixar


800+ great games, eBooks and
more—that are also good for them.*

Enjoy instant access to 800+ fun apps, games, videos, eBooks, music and more that personalize the learning by automatically adapting to your child’s level!** LeapFrog learning apps and game cartridges are designed or approved by LeapFrog’s educational experts to keep kids challenged and engaged.† Drawing from 2,600 skills that go beyond core subjects, such as math, reading, science and more, the LeapFrog library offers a complete learning solution.


Kid-perfect fun—you can feel good about.

LeapPad Ultra comes packed with fun features, designed by experts just for kids. Write. Draw. Snap photos. Make videos. And enjoy new peer-to-peer play that’s safe out of the box. With 11 included apps and so many ways to create and explore, LeapPad Ultra inspires a love of learning.


11 included apps— value*

  • Art Studio Ultra App
  • Photo Fun Ultra App
  • Pet Pad Party App
  • Utility Suite
    – Calculator
    – Note Pad
    – Calendar
    – Voice Memo
    – Clock with Stopwatch
  • Pet Chat App
  • MP3 Player with LeapFrog Learning Songs (10 songs included)
  • Choice of 1 Free App Download*

Find the tablet solution that’s right for your child.

Learning Tablet Systems at a Glance
Recommended age range
3-9 years
3-9 years
4-9 years
Touch screen
5-inch backlit
Resistive touch screen
5-inch backlit
Resistive touch screen
7-inch backlit
Resistive touch screen
On-board memory
Wi-Fi with kid-safe web
Motion sensor
Front-and-back camera
and video recorder
2MP photos
240p video recording
2MP photos
240p video recording
2MP photos
480p video recording
MP3 player
Sold separately
Sold separately
Works with library of 800+
educator-approved games & apps
Included value
5 apps, value
9 apps, value
11 apps, value
Rechargeable battery
Sold separately
Included NiMh battery pack, value
Built-in lithium ion
Battery life
Up to 9 hours
Up to 9 hours
Up to 9 hours
AC adapter
Peer-to-peer play*
Learning Path & parent settings
12-month warranty

What’s in the Box:

  • LeapPad Ultra Learning Tablet
  • AC Power Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Parent Guide

Includes 1 Year limited warranty.


See and share achievements

Connect your child’s tablet to your computer to see his or her LeapFrog Learning Path. View specific details of your child’s play and learning, including areas where your child excels or needs more support.

About LeapFrog

LeapFrog creates award-winning educational solutions that delight, engage and inspire children to reach their potential. LeapFrog knows that children learn best when they’re having fun, and for nearly 20 years, it has been LeapFrog’s mission to support this journey. LeapFrog’s learning experts design and approve every product and content title to ensure it’s the highest quality and age-appropriate for your child. Best of all, LeapFrog creates an abundance of resources to help guide your child’s learning journey; from Learning Path—a personalized digital roadmap—to printables and fun activities you can share at home.

*Internet connection for parent account and device set-up required for use of some features. Includes 11 apps. All additional games and other content are sold separately, some not available until year-end 2013, and may not be available in all countries. Actual gameplay, online content and visual quality may vary. ** Select learning games and eBooks only. † The LeapFrog educator team approves all LeapFrog content.

Disney/Pixar elements © Disney Pixar; Disney elements © Disney; TM & © 2013 Sesame Workshop. All Rights Reserved.; “Hello Kitty” © 1976, 2013 SANRIO CO., LTD.; My Little Pony © 2013 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.; Team Umizoomi: © 2012 VIACOM INTERNATIONAL, INC. All rights reserved.

  • LeapPad Ultra is the award winning kids tablet that is built kid-tough with a huge 7″ hi-res screen and Wi-Fi access to kid-safe web. Ages 4-9 years
  • LeapFrog’s tablet for kids is kid-safe out of the box, and offers extra parental settings to easily control exactly what a child can access.
  • LeapPad Ultra works with LeapFrog’s library of 800+ educational apps, games, eBooks, videos, music and more.
  • LeapPad Ultra includes 11 apps (onboard and downloadable): Photo Fun Ultra, Art Studio Ultra, Pet Pad Party, Utility Suite, Pet Chat and more.
  • Features built in rechargeable battery, 8GB of memory which can hold up to 40,000 photos or 140 Game Apps, 2MP front-and-back cameras and more.

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  1. 1,295 of 1,332 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally a tablet that has what we want!, August 4, 2013
    Ninjaba “Ninjaba”
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI Kids’ Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary) (Toy)
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    We’ve owned the original LeapPad, LeapPad2, and recently the LeapPad2 Power. We’ve also owned the InnoTab and InnoTab2S. Our favorite has been the LeapPad2. But then in walked the LeapPad Ultra . . .


    – Both have a front and back camera. On the LPU it’s now placed to the left and off to the side.

    – Both use a stylus. On the LPU it’s placed on the bottom instead of the side. This helps with the whole left-hand right-hand dilemma.

    – Both have a cartridge port for additional games, and uses purchased apps. Previously owned games will transfer once you register, and old LeapPad cartridges will fit.

    – Both come with preloaded apps. The LPU comes with 11 apps, the LP2 only 5. When you register your LPU you get one free app (pick one of 3 preselected apps, not any app in their app store – bummer!).

    – Both have additional accessories you can buy like gel skins, carrying cases, ac adapters (now included with the LPU), and headphones.

    – Both have a mic, and volume (now moved to the top right side of the tablet, I find it awkward here). I couldn’t find a contrast button on the LP2–it’s very bright.


    – LP2 has an age requirement of 3-9 years. LPU is upped to 4-9 years.

    – Faster processor. However, the LP2 took 5 seconds from the time you selected an app to load. The LPU between 10 – 13 seconds depending on the app. This part is a bit of a struggle with small kids and I’m not quite sure why this didn’t improve. A big disappointment is that it took LP2 only 21 seconds to reach the main app screen, but LPU 59 seconds!!! This is a huge disappointment, I really hope that changes with the next LPU2 (because you know there’s going to be one).

    – LP2 is smaller with a 5″ screen (480 x 272). LPU is larger (about the size of the InnoTab) with a 7″ screen (1024 x 600 resolution). In fact, the LPU reminds me a lot of the InnoTab in shape and size, but the LPU is much more solid. It looks and feels like quality hardware. The color scheme is much the same as the LP1, with more white than green, or pink (if you purchase the pink one, there’s no pink on the green, or vice versa). The LPU also seems more durable.

    – LPU video recording is now at 480p. That’s not high definition, but it’s better than the 240p the LP2 offered.

    – LPU is more touch friendly and pressure sensitive. This was always a problem for us. My son started using the LP2 when he was 3 and preferred to use his finger over the stylus, but the LP2 wasn’t always responsive that way. LPU is more like an iPad. The stylus is more for writing games, but you can still use it to select apps and navigate.

    – LPU uses a rechargeable lithium battery that can be charged using the included AC adapter, or USB chord. Get up to 9 hours of play. We haven’t used ours long enough to know if it really lasts 9 hours, but I’m assuming it does, or is fairly close. Battery life indicator is on the top right corner, just like you would find on most tablets (as well, the Internet connection quality). The LP2 used a battery compartment and took 4 AA batteries, the LPU’s battery is internal.

    – LP2 comes with 4GB of memory. LPU has 8GB! More than enough for our needs.

    – LPU includes some new apps. The one I was most excited about was their Utility Suite. This includes a calendar, calculator, notepad, clock, voice memo, and stopwatch. This was a nice bonus! The Innotab came with a few of these apps, and I always thought it was a nice touch. As well, LPU comes with a standard MP3. I wondered why LeapFrog made us purchase this as an additional app, (it only became included with the new LP2 Power).

    – LP2 works a lot like an iPad and tilts with just about everything, including the menu screen.

    – Power button has been moved to the back.

    – LPU comes with a Pet Chat App. I’m not so big on this one, just because I think texting is crazy enough, and here we are teaching little kids to text. However, that’s what we do these days, so I guess they might as well learn–safely, and responsibly, using pre-assigned completed words (no OMGing and LOLing here). Kids can send each other emoticons, but not pictures. To use this feature kids have to pretty much be in the same room, or the same house. The two tablets do not connected over the Internet, they just communicate by being in close proximity (about a 50 foot range). My son hasn’t had an interest in this one, mainly because he has no one to chat with yet.

    – There’s a parent control access. Parents can enter a code to lock down what you don’t want your child to have access to, such as purchasing apps from the app store. By the way, setup was very nice, I thought the process was very easy to understand, and found our wireless connection very easily…

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  2. 568 of 594 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product, great content, and better than the InnoTab 3S, September 9, 2013

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI Kids’ Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary) (Toy)

    I wanted to get my 5-year old daughter a tablet of her own. She likes watching movies and playing games on my iPhone, but that just seems like mindless entertainment for the most part. The app store has lots of content (perhaps too much!), and I did not have a way of determining which had real `educational’ value and which were just fluff. So, off looking for a kids’ tablet I went.

    I was surprised to learn how many kids’ tablet options there are, all in the $100-150 range – we looked into the Nabi’s, the InnoTab, the Tabeo, the Kurio, the Contixo, etc. The reviews were generally pretty poor for all but the LeapPad and InnoTab products, so we bought one of each to try them out. We wanted to get the newest product available, so our comparison was of the LeapPad Ultra and VTech InnoTab 3S, which on paper are very similar – both offer WiFi, rechargeable batteries, a kid-safe browser, have a headphone portal, have a 2-way 2-pixel camera, etc. What follows is how we thought the 2 products compared, and not to spoil the surprise ending but we returned the InnoTab and LOVE the Ultra.

    [As a side note, we got an early Ultra that had the software issue many have referred to here. As soon as we connected to the WiFi it corrected itself, but that was an issue for the first day we had the device…. I think LeapFrog could have handled that a bit better, personally.]

    -Price, clearly – as the Ultra is an extra $50. This is the big one – if I wanted a device and had $100 to spend, feature-for-feature this is hard to argue with.

    -The buttons are on the front of the device, which makes them more accessible and easier to use than the Ultra’s, many of which are on the sides of the device. So, on the Ultra, you had to flip the device over to access the volume, for example…this is a pain.

    -The InnoTab has the option to add external memory, as I understand it. This is pretty cool, I suppose, but I’ve used <8gb of my iPhone’s memory; does my 5-year old really need more memory than that???

    -Startup was a couple seconds faster with the Innotab; same with loading games – very modest edge here, but an edge nonetheless. [The sub point here is that both are crazy slow compared to what we’re used to on our phones/tablets.]

    -The InnoTab comes with more pre-loaded software. The Ultra comes with 11 pre-loaded apps, while the InnoTab comes with 20. Most of the software seems similar (Art Studio, for example). FWIW, the apps that were included on the InnoTab and not the Ultra I was not impressed with…but nonetheless there are more of them.

    -Despite having only one camera, the InnoTab’s camera swivels, which is easier to use and cooler than the Ultra’s 2 cameras, in my 5-year old’s opinion. Both cameras are total garbage, truth be told…this is a big disappointment with both devices given how much the camera gets used.

    -The touch pad on the InnoTab seems a bit more responsive than the one on the Ultra. The difference here was modest, but still worth noting as I am trying to be as objective as possible.

    -The InnoTab is a bit lighter than the Ultra (but we have not had any complaints here at all about the weight of the Ultra from our daughter).

    -The other difference, which I am not sure is a positive or negative, is that the Ultra’s batteries are internal, like on an iPhone (so you can’t change them out ever, as near as I can tell). Recall years ago AAPL came under fire when the internal battery would just expire over time and you could not replace it? Same here, potentially. The InnoTab allows you to buy new battery packs for $35, which is probably a nice option to have.

    -The Ultra has a bigger screen – about 2 inches bigger than the InnoTab’s (5″ vs 7′). Side-by-side the picture quality is much better on the Ultra. I am not sure if it is a result of the size of the screen or what, but the screen is just better/clearer/brighter on the Ultra.

    -The Ultra has a progressive battery light indicator, which is nice. The InnoTab just lights up when the power is getting low.

    -The stylus that comes with the Ultra comes attached with a tether, and the InnoTab’s is not. Without it being attached it won’t take a kid long to lose this thing.

    -I mentioned above that the Ultra is heavier; the pro here is this thing feels like it is one solid piece, and that you could drive over it with your car and not hurt it. The InnoTab seems much less solid, and feels more `plasticy’.

    -The way the 2 devices are put together (like the button fit, for example) is night and day. In this regard the InnoTab is like a ’78 Chevy Nova compared to the Ultra’s BMW-like fit-and-finish; the Ultra feels like you could submerse it under water and have it be…

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  3. 609 of 655 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Some new features are great, but LeapPad2 is better overall, August 19, 2013
    = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: LeapFrog LeapPad Ultra/Ultra XDI Kids’ Learning Tablet, Green (styles may vary) (Toy)
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:10 Mins

    (The video, added Sept. 6, has to do with the LeapPad Ultra’s Wi-Fi connectivity. Please wait for that section below to view it.)

    This is going to be a really long review! If you’re putting forth the money to buy this, you may want to know a lot of details about it, so I tried to think of the things I would want to know if I were considering making a purchase. I’ll mostly compare this to the LeapPad2, since that’s possibly the other product you’d be looking at. Overall, at this time, I would recommend the LeapPad2. I’ll talk about why, and then move on to what the LeapPad Ultra does offer.

    First, along with the larger size comes considerably more heft. I weighed the LeapPad Ultra at almost 1 pound, 7 ounces with no extras. The LeapPad2 is 14.7 ounces (including only the necessary batteries). The LeapPad2 is smaller and easier to hold both in dimensions and weight. And if the larger screen size seems like a selling point, when you try older content on it, any lower-quality animation from previous LeapPad programs (ghosting, pixels, etc.) is now more noticeable. (Note: This is NOT an issue with apps made specifically for the LeapPad Ultra.)

    LeapFrog apparently tried to give the LeapPad Ultra more of a similarity to the feel of an adult’s tablet, and its style is greatly changed. The arrows included onscreen on the LeapPad2 are gone. But swiping on the screen of the LeapPad Ultra is difficult and clunky and doesn’t always do what you wish it would. The volume buttons and on/off button on the tablet aren’t as conveniently located as they are on the LeapPad 2. Additionally, I’m not a fan of the backgrounds on the new LeapPad Ultra, including green dots and black dots on grey. It’s not as “pretty” as the LeapPad2. Another thing that’s not as good is that the profile photo (or, the nice option that you can take your own background photo now!) gets either expanded side to side (profile pic) or elongated up and down (background) since they don’t allow you to crop it as is done with the LeapPad2. A real disappointment is that you can’t move around apps on the Home screens. This is something that can be done on LeapPad2 and helps with organization.

    There are glitches with the LeapPad Ultra. I have had it freeze, only the background show, and for odd things to happen when trying to switch its orientation, such as a mirror effect with the app icons. Turning it off and on again takes care of any issues, though.

    With all of these negatives, a great improvement with the LeapPad Ultra is the location of the stylus. It recedes into the body of the LeapPad Ultra, so it’s not as prone to falling out or being pulled out by accident, as is the stylus on the LeapPad2.

    I’ll get into some other reasons why I think the LeapPad2 is better, but will now go into talking more about the LeapPad Ultra.


    If you have Wi-Fi, LeapFrog allows you to connect that way, rather than through hooking the tablet up to a computer and using LeapFrog Connect software. Set-up took hours for me, because they went into my already-established account and automatically also installed programs previously installed on a LeapPad2. So depending on whether or not you have other LeapPad products, set-up may be quite a lengthy process. This Wi-Fi connectivity has an advantage over the LeapPad2. Programs can be purchased and downloaded directly to the device rather than through LeapFrog Connect software on a separate computer. This greatly simplifies the set-up process and downloading of new software, BUT it’s almost certain that you’ll still want to use LeapFrog Connect for the management of artwork, MP3s, photos, etc., so it doesn’t completely do away with the need for the computer software.

    The Wi-Fi connectivity is something that might be a selling point over the LeapPad2, but at this point, unfortunately, it’s impossible to review this feature. While some pre-screened videos and photos can be viewed, trying to access the web yields this message: “Coming Soon!” Right now, the only interesting content is pre-screened YouTube videos. However, I have received errors when trying to view some of them, including “Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available” and “This video is currently unavailable.”

    The range for the Wi-Fi is limited. When I can get two bars on another tablet device from household Wi-Fi, this one has zero. The tablet doesn’t pick up Wi-Fi as well as it should, meaning that it may be completely inaccessible in certain rooms of your home, depending on your own Internet service.

    The attached no-audio video shows the Wi-Fi interface on the LeapPad Ultra. A few things to notice: the Internet connectivity is “coming soon” (i.e., not yet available), that what’s available now is pre-approved YouTube videos in categories (more categories are available by scrolling…

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