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Baby's First Laptop

Updated on November 1, 2010

Child Laptops

Today is the age of computers and technology, so why shouldn't your youngest family member have his own computer?

Start with the Baby's First Laptop Computer Playset by Gund/ Genius Babies and move your child right up to the Fisher Price Laughtop and then the VTech Laptop 2 Go.

With just a little persistence your youngest child will be learning without realizing it. He's got his big kid's laptop and that's all that matters.

Baby's First Laptop Computer Playset

Okay, this one isn't your typical laptop. It's baby safe and baby proof. This laptop is for the true baby troopers.

The My First Laptop Computer makes crinkling sounds and plays 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.'

The fuzzy mouse and space ship themed laptop is the true 'baby's first laptop.' With today's computer age, it's best to get your baby geared to learn the technology of the day.

Just watch out for the small fuzzy pieces that come with the laptop. You don't want your babe choking on the spaceman and rocket.

Fisher-Price Fun 2 Learn Laughtop

Fisher Price created this special child's laptop for your young learner. Your youngest child will be able to learn while laughing along the way.

This Fisher Price laptop is meant for preschool- aged children who will learn phonics, letter recognition, letter order, as well as other vital skills.

There are fun music games, light- up LCD screen, fun animation, and even personal email.

Your child can play any one of the three modes, which range from letters, phonics, and music.

V Tech - Baby's Learning Laptop

Baby's tend to be attracted to brightly colored things that light up and make fun noises. The VTech Baby Laptop teaches babies shapes, objects, and feelings.

The screen lights up in conjunction witht the bright keyboard keys, and the mouse is made specifically for small, baby- sized hands.

You can control the volume, as well, so when it's time for a quieter play, then so be it.

Your young baby will enjoy playing with this baby- sized laptop.

Baby Laptop

VTech Tote 'N Go Laptop Plus

VTech created this fun, educational laptop for children around the age of three. Although the laptop doesn't quite look like a big kid's laptop, your 2 to 4 year old will be just as pleased with his own laptop to play with.

This Tote 'N Go Laptop features an interactive writing pad with a pencil stylus and erasor.

Even your youngest child will be able to play on his own laptop, learning the alphabet and other vital learning skills, preparing him for his first years in elementary school.

Learn the Alphabet with Fisher Price Laughtop

VTech Nitro Junior Notebook

VTech has been a great brand of kid's learning tools, featuring products that younger children will want to do such as the V.Smile video games and the VTech laptops.

Being able to do what the big kids do, keep these younger kids working and learning on the VTech products.

The VTech Nitro Junior Notebook is geared towards older, younger children (if that makes sense). The child's laptops features 50 different games and activities ranging from science, creative logic, and math lessons.

There are, currently, eight different cartridges that fit into the child's laptop for varying activities and programs.

The laptop features a keyboard, mouse, volume control, and LCD screen, just like a big kid's laptop.


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      Dee 8 years ago

      My children love the V-Tech Baby's Learning Laptop. I got it for my son for his first birthday. He will be three in a few months and it is still working on the same batteries for my one year old to use.

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      Stephanie Hicks 9 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      Ohh - I will go check it out! Thanks

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      Whitney 9 years ago from Georgia

      Steph- Sounds like your twins need one of the VTech laptops. I just posted a hub about kid's laptops, similar to this one but geared for older kids.

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      Stephanie Hicks 9 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      Whitney - I love this and hope that parents find it useful. My 5-year old twins are just about ready for "real" computers (gulp), but its great to see so many super products out there.

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      Whitney 9 years ago from Georgia

      monitor- I hope your daughter finds it interesting and helpful.

      fishskinfreak- thanks for the typo. It's fixed.

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      fishskinfreak2008 9 years ago from Fremont CA

      Very interesting, especially the mouse.

      "Lean" should be "Learn"

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      monitor 9 years ago from The world.

      Hey there is some neat stuff here. Thanks. This is going to my daughter.