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Mums across Ireland can finally reclaim their ipads, e-books and MP3 players off their children. VTech has released the InnoTab, a new toy for kids that combines e-books, educational games, music, a photo viewer and an art studio all in one touch-screen, handheld tablet. This device is aimed at kids between the ages of 4 and 9.
 
The games, apps and e-reader are a great way of implementing learning into your child’s games. This tablet allows children to develop core skills such as reading, spelling, math, logic and creativity. Applications include an art studio, e-reader, photo viewer and video player. It comes complete with a state-of-the art gravity sensor control for superior motion based gaming and also has built-in auto picture rotation.
 
As the InnoTab functions as an educational tool, parents can monitor their child’s progress with a built-in tracker which can be downloaded using the VTech Learning Lodge Navigator – so if your child’s reading is progressing more than their maths, you can download extra games and learning apps that will suit your child. To download more games and apps visit www.vtechuk.com/download
   
Innotab is available in Argos, Amazon, Debenhams, Hamleys, Littlewoods, Smyths, and all other good toy retailers. The InnoTab console retails around €100 and software retails around €30.
 
We have five Innotabs that we would like mums (or rather their kiddies) to test out for us. To be part of this test, you must join this group and leave a comment below noting your interest to take part. Your child should be between the age of 4 and 9 to take part in this trial.
 
This product trial is now closed. Testers of the InnoTab are Julie-Anne McCarthy, Emma Heuston, Jennie O’Shea, Claire Murray and Liz Dunne-Byrne.
 
If you would like early notification of new group trials, please visit this page and join the group where you will get early email notification once new groups are live.
 
 
 

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RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
January 04, 2012
My little one got this from Santa and loves it!
RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
January 03, 2012
Santa got the innotab for my 5 yr old who has an ASD. Its perfect for him because autistic children tend to be more visual and learn more that way but the battery life is very bad, it asks to use Alkaline batteries which we did but they didnt last a day , it didnt come with an adapter and when we went back to the store where we got it they didnt have any. We had to hide it from my son as he gets so frustrated when the batteries go, very dissapointed.
RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
November 14, 2011
Well done ladies have fun :) :)
RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
November 14, 2011
Well done you lucky ladies!
RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
November 14, 2011
Isabella is 4.5 and she would love to give it ago. She has no prior experience with technology really, Just a very small amount with I Phone. I would be very interested to see how she would perform as a new bee to tech.
RE: Mums Say - InnoTab toy from VTech review
November 14, 2011
My 6 year old son would love to test this. Personnaly, I think he is too old for this toy already, and it is supposed to be for 4 to 9! year old, would be interesting to see how'd he get on.

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