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Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case for iPad Devices, Blue

Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case for iPad Devices, Blue

Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case for iPad Devices, Blue

  • Let baby be in control of the electronic while still protecting your device
  • Place the device into the case, twist the locks, then your device is protected
  • Offers three ways to play: roly-poly based, easel, or place
  • Compatible with iPad 1 or iPad 2
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Download free Fisher-Price apps from iTunes

List Price: $ 34.99

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Apple iPad 2/3/4 Mini Air Pro | WiFi Tablet | 16GB 32GB 64GB 128GB I GRADE A (R)
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3 Responses to “Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Apptivity Case for iPad Devices, Blue”

  1. devellison says:
    95 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works, but needs a few hacks., June 15, 2012
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    devellison (TX, USA) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This has been really nice for protecting the iPad from babies and the babies from the iPad, but you’ll have to modify it just a tad to get full use out of it. Works fine with my iPad 3.

    The two main problems are:
    1.) Can’t turn it on/off (or recharged) without removing iPad from case.
    2.) Some apps may have areas of the screen you want to protect against the babies pressing.

    For the first – I set the iPad to automatically turn off after 15 minutes of being left alone, then drilled a small hole over the Home button. Now I can turn it on with a pen, and it’ll turn itself off when they’re done with it. Don’t have to recharge nearly so often.

    For the second – I found that cutting a thin piece of cardboard in the shape of the area you want to protect works wonders. The fit is tight enough that there’s no need to use tape or glue – it’ll stay in place. I had a piano app with a config button that allowed them to get to Facebook and iTunes, but with the cardboard – problem solved.

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  2. Edwin says:
    47 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice case but a lot of little negatives, April 20, 2012
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    Edwin (Hollis, NY USA) –

    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I like this case. I probably would not buy it again though. Here’s why: It’s expensive for what you’re getting. It adds a good amount of size and weight to your iPad but I guess it has to in order to make your iPad rugged. I tested this with a first generation iPad and the fit is perfect. I can’t speak on later versions of the iPad and whether or not they would rattle around inside this case. It’s difficult to dry this thing after washing it because internally, there are lots of little spaces where water can get caught. You do not want your iPad in this thing unless it’s completely dry. The screen produces a lot of air bubbles (the same air bubbles that you get when applying a protective screen to your iPad). The flaps in the back that pop up to make a stand are worthless. Laying the iPad flat on a table with one of the flaps popped up does not raise the iPad high enough for children to see and use the iPad. The toys in the handle just get in the way. Without the toy rings in the handle, it makes for a great handle. But with the toys in there, it makes carrying the iPad with the handle difficult. The free apps are fun and interactive but you do not need to purchase this case to buy them. Just search for “Laugh & Learn” in the App Store. There are 4 apps in all.

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  3. good2Bqueen says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good quality, but design could be better, January 11, 2013
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    I think this case feels like a tank. I have no fears of letting my 3-year old have full use of the iPad when it is in this case. There are a few minor inconveniences that others have mentioned (cannot use the volume, somewhat difficult to open, child can touch the screen to turn movie off), but they aren’t too problematic. I’m sure they could have found a better opening mechanism than a quarter, but I’ve usually been able to find other objects to work within reach when I need it without searching for a coin. But the big negative for me, and the reason I deducted a star is because it would have been so incredibly simple to have a small hole in the case to plug in the charger.

    Some say their children are able to push the home screen button, but I think that may be user error. Depending on how it is inserted in the case, the button may or may not be exposed. I actually like this feature, but like another reviewer, I wish it had a pinhole so an adult could use the button, but the child could not. I like the simple modification of drilling a small hole in the plastic and if It becomes an issue I’ll do that myself.

    Overall, though not perfect, I would say it’s worth the money if you want to allow your little one access to your iPad.

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