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LeapPad Ultra: Tablet with WiFi and Browser Optimized for Children

  • Posted on February 18, 2017 at 6:58 am

Tablet fever was not limited to adults only users, but also the children pre-school age. After removing several products specifically for toddler tablet, LeapFrog Enterprises today announced the new tablet, LeapPad Ultra. This tablet brings a number of improvements over the previous model, the LeapPad 2. Now, the screen size used is larger, which is 7 inches with a resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels which is more subtle. Children also dpaat operate it with a touch of a finger or stylus wear.

LeapPad LeapPad Ultra Ultra: Tablet with WiFi and Browser Optimized for kids pc tablet computer news
Another quality improvement are embedded in this model is the presence of Wi-Fi connection and a browser optimized for the children. Powered by Zui, browser LeapSearch block access to pictures, videos, and adult sites are examined directly by the Learning Team from LeapFrog. In addition to connecting the tablet to the Internet, Wi-Fi connection on the LeapPad Ultra can be used to play the game peer-to-peer with other users LeapPad Ultra are located nearby.

LeapFrog offers more than 800 games, applications, ebooks, video and music that have been approved by the faculty. Any content that is targeted to users in the age range of four to nine years.

“LeapPad Ultra is designed to offer a safe and age appropriate users through content inspection conducted by experts studying the LeapFrog team,” said John Barbour, CEO of LeapFrog. “With the additional features, including WiFi and a safe browser for kids, we believe LeapPad Ultra will be the items most desired by kids this year.”

LeapPad Ultra will start shipping in mid-July at a price of U.S. $ 150. Applications that can be downloaded were priced starting from U.S. $ 5, while the game cartridges are sold at prices ranging from U.S. $ 25. For Indonesia, the LeapPad Ultra usually can be purchased at Kids Station and Early Learning Centre.

Data Management Android WiFi File Transfer

  • Posted on February 18, 2017 at 4:56 am

Cruising Through the Content Browser Using Wireless Smartphone

Transfer content from your PC to the Android-based smartphone is easy. Several methods can be used for it. You have a choice of using a regular cable connection represented USB port or wireless connection represented by bluetooth and WiFi. If you have a router that is connected to the PC and smartphone in one network, it can use wireless connections to share data without bothered by wires.

d4-436-wifiWiFi File File Transfer offers ease of operation. You pass enough alone installation on a smartphone. When run, the application will detect your internet protocol (IP) on the computer and then instantly displays the IP address of the smartphone. Later on smartphone app will display an IP address that is automatically configured. To connect the smartphone to the computer, you just enter the IP address displayed on the smartphone via the browser and automatically you can directly access the entire contents of the smartphone via browser.

Automated storage media on a smartphone will instantly appear in the browser like a file manager in Windows. You stay down all the existing content on the memory card and can perform various commands such as download, delete, copy, or rename. You can also combine all or part of existing content by performing compression in a ZIP format and make the content. The application also displays a special shortcut to a content-based image file directory with the name of the Media Gallery.