We all know that Vtech is known for GREAT products. They have something for everyone. Including little ones. Coming in August they have the new MobiGo Touch Learning System.
It's for ages 3-8. Avery was able to review this system BEFORE it's release date and she LOVES it!
The box opens up for more information
It comes with one game. It's all they have out right now, but there will be plenty more in the future. Since this doesn't come out until August, they have plenty of time to come out with more game ideas.
The game it came with is REAL easy for Avery. She learned so quick. The music one is the best game for her. The music notes come down and when they light up the instrument you touch the screen and it makes a music note. It comes with like 6 different songs and you can choose which one you want to play.
Here is Avery playing
She truly loves this.
There is also another game she can play very well, it's the Squirrel Game. You touch the screen and drag your finger to make a line so the squirrel can cross. She really gets this one. It's helping her cognitive skills that's for sure!
- Touch-screen: MobiGo’s touch-screen technology adds a modern twist to electronic learning games, so kids learn while mimicking the way parents use touch-screen devices.
- Educational games: From fishing, coloring book pages, drawing and playing instruments, kids can discover a wide variety of fun and engaging learning games.
- Learning skills: MobiGo teaches a wide range of skills including math, vocabulary, spelling, logic and categorization. The slide open QWERTY keyboard introduces older kids to text typing skills.
- Portable: Handheld robust gaming console makes learning fun on the go for little hands and is equipped with headphone and AC adapter jacks.
It has a slide pop up screen, touch screen and a qwerty keyboard!! I think when kids games have the alphabetical keyboard it confuses them. This is great!
It comes in boy/unisex like we got the blue, orange and yellow. Or it comes in girl pink and purple. I originally wanted the girl one, but I like to do a lot of unisex toys since Avery is my first and I plan on having more children. So I decided to stick with the unisex one!
So far we really enjoy this gaming system. Sometimes she just gets on my nerves and needs 20 minutes alone, Well enter MobiGo. I was getting sick of sticking her in the bedroom to watch t.v. about 3 days a week. So now we have this great alternative. She's having fun, playing games and learning all at the same time.
Price: The MobiGo is very generous at $59.99 I would pay this in a heartbeat!!! And the Games $25!
Overall: ***** Super happy with this gaming system and haven't had any problems with it yet!
*Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products!*