LeapFrog Enterprises has entertained millions of kids with its education books and handheld games. But in the age of Apple’s iPod Touch, it’s time for the company to take a big leap forward with its technology.
The Emeryville, Calif. company is announcing its new Leapster Explorer handheld touchscreen gaming system on Monday. It comes with cartridge-based educational games, but you can also download apps into it via a wired PC connection. The product will be available for preorder on Monday and will be in stores July 15.