VTech – InnoTab Interactive Learning Tablet – Pink

  • 5″ color touch screen and tilt-sensor for educational gameplay
  • E-books, educational games, creative activities, learning apps and more available on cartridge or as downloads from VTech learning lodge navigator website
  • 4 different media players e-book reader, MP3 music player, photo viewer and video player
  • 64MB onboard memory and SD card slot for memory expansion
  • Learning toy connects to PC/Mac with included USB cable (note: USB cable is only for data transfer and does not power the Innotab)

Adapting the design of Mom and Dad’s favorite touchpad devices, the VTech InnoTab Learning App Tablet helps your child take learning to the next level with one of today’s most popular technologies. This multimedia tablet combines interactive reading, learning games, creative activities, and tools in a sleek and durable educational toy. Thanks to its 5-inch color touch screen and tilt sensor, kids ages four to nine can touch, flick, and drag their way to learning fun.

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Learning App Tablet

At a Glance:

  • Age Requirements: 4 to 9 years

  • Assembly Requirements: Requires 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • Warranty: Limited one-year warranty
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Kids can color in pictures and then tilt the tablet to animate their characters. (Click each image to enlarge)

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The Innotab’s multimedia functions allow kids to listen to music, watch videos, or read feature-rich e-books. (Click each image to enlarge)

Interactive E-Books Bring Reading to Life
Kids will be captivated by InnoTab’s vivid and interactive e-books, which offer narration, character voices, graphics, sounds, and music. Children can learn reading comprehension, vocabulary, and phonics while interacting with animated characters. Words are highlighted as kids read, and offer proper pronunciation when touched on the screen.

Each e-book also comes with a story dictionary. The definitions make it easy for children to understand the word and the context of the story.

Fun and Educational Games, Activities, and Tools
The InnoTab offers a variety of games and activities that keep your child happy, learning, and occupied for hours. Its multimedia players let children listen to music and view video, while the art-studio app allows them draw with their fingers or the included stylus. Kids can even color in the InnoTab’s virtual coloring book and bring these pictures to life by tilting the tablet from side to side.

Children can learn how to schedule their busy days with the calendar function, while keeping track of friends and family in their address book. A calculator is also included to help kids learn math.

Update and Customize Through Your Computer
Just like an adult’s touchpad device, the InnoTab syncs to any Mac or PC with the included USB cable. Once you connect it to the web, you can easily download games, e-books, apps, and other fun activities from VTech’s Learning Lodge. Parents can also use the Learning Lodge to stay abreast of their kid’s progress on a variety of educational lessons and milestones.

Library of Feature-Rich Software Cartridges
VTech offers a variety of changeable software cartridges (sold separately), providing interactive e-books, learning games, and creative activities. Kids can play and learn with some of their favorite characters, including Dora the Explorer, Mickey Mouse, Disney Princesses, and the gang from Toy Story.

The VTech InnoTab Learning App Tablet is backed by a manufacturer’s limited one-year warranty.

What’s in the Box
VTech InnoTab Interactive Learning Tablet, USB cable, and instruction manual.

List Price: $ 79.99


2 Responses to “VTech – InnoTab Interactive Learning Tablet – Pink”

  • lisagayle says:
    108 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic value for preschoolers!, November 11, 2011

    = 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: VTech – InnoTab Interactive Learning Tablet – Pink (Toy)

    Fantastic Bang for your buck, great technology!, Originally purchased the leappad, but returned it for this product. The battery life in both the leappad and innotab are comprable and a problem! I bought 2 sets of rechargable batteries and switch them out. Batteries last about 2 days max with lots of play. I also purchased the ac adapter ($9), solving much of the battery issue, and can plug it in while they play for battery free play. The touch screen seems easier for my 4 year old, and the games using the touch feature ROCK, vs leappad which requires more games and reading the ebooks with the pen, which can be easily lost as it is magnentically attached to the side. The mp3 player is awesome and can be listened to WITH headphones! THe art studio is unbelievably creative and keeps my kiddos occupied for hours! You can color and change photos you download as well, super fun. The e-reader is amazing! The words as highlighted as they are read, and is completely interactive as the kids touch individual words, characters etc. The story can be read as the kiddos move their fingers or pen over the words, or it will just read it for you(as the words are highlighted across the page) as the characters act out the story. The games (although it seems that there are much less than the leappad) are actually a much better buy. They come with 5 individual apps per $20-25 purchase (e book, 3 games and 2 creative activities) vs leappad, where you pay $20 for each individual book, game or app. (you get 5 for the same price as 1). They are expanding their library and the v-tech online Learning Lodge has many more apps, books and games not available in stores, many of which are free or very low cost ($5-15) vs leappad, where they start at $7 and go up. Motion games are super cool, but not super easy for my 3 year old to navigate, but my 4 year and 6 year old have mastered it! With a lower initial price tag, and more value in the games and apps, and many freebies plus bonus of mp3 player, it is much more bang for your buck. Don’t buy into the name……it is awesome!

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  • ChicoTheCop says:
    232 of 243 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I think most children will love it., October 17, 2011

    = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    First let me say that we haven’t actualy given them to our grand daughters and grand son yet, as they are christmas presents. i will say that we have played with them for several hours so far and find it to be pretty cool. it works as its supposed to regarding the different funtions. the music player works with MP3’s and it sounds great. you will be surprised at the quality of sound the speaker puts out. Its not a bosse but its pretty darn good for the size of speaker. the video player works good.i installed a movie onto the SD card (AVI) and its picture quality is dammed good for being a toy as well as the sound. i will ad that there are no controls for the video player. meaning when you start a movie your only choices are exit or watch till end, theres no pause, FF, RW, Stop, and if you want to stop it you have to go back home and when you return to the movie you will have to start watching from the begining. with the Vtech website you can buy more games and books and they are basicly free because you can use “V-COINS” that your child earns from playing. but they also give you 7 v-coins when you get a new innotab. the ebooks are very good, the only thing i didn’t like was that only certain words can be chosen to click on to get the meaning, only the ones that are highlighted. it has a datebook/calender that you can ad notes / appointments to, this seems good for helping a young child to develope skills on taking responsability for appointments and being on time. and it has a calculator, the pictures also look pretty good. and the slide show feture works well. so far i have installed onto the 16GIG SD card 3 movies, 6 ebooks, downloaded 9 games from vtech, 30 songs, about 20 pictures and we still have plenty of space on each card. the game cartridges don’t actualy take space on the card so that leaves you plenty of space for music or videos.

    how to install music on your innotab?
    when you get your innotab and SD card you will need to install the card, turn on the system, click on the icon for music. there will be one free song in there, do the same for the video icon. you need the innotab to create the folder you will use later. once you have clicked on music and video and backed out. turn off the Innotab, NOW your card is ready for receiving the files, you can install files by using the USB wire or remove the SD card from the Innotab and install it into your PC SD card reader. (the later is faster)
    if your using the USB wire connect it to your PC, go to the Vtech website and download the Vtech Learning Lodge, and install it onto your PC, open that program and click on file manager, there you will see the Tabs for Music, Movies and Pictures. the music and pictures install simple, but you wil notice that the movies feture doesn’t work. to install movies just use windows to install the movie file into the folder thats Marked “MOVIE”…open my computer, then look for removeable drive, then LLT, then open the folder that says Movies and just paste your movie in, eject and your done.
    let me also say that the batteries die pretty fast so i recomend getting the AC adaptor. i feel that considering the Price Vtech should have included one for free. also the pouch is pretty well made. its a neopreen so it offers a little padding.

    oh also i want to note that the touch screen doesn’t work that good. when your try and swipe the screen it sometimes eccedently chooses an item rather then moving the screen. i’m not all that sure if thats me or the screen. but the pencil seems to work better then a finger.

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