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by vtech
VTech Brilliant Creations, Beginner Laptop
from USA
to UAE
in 3-5 days
Delivered by Apr 16  to Apr 21 with standard delivery
Delivered by Apr 14  to Apr 16 with expedited delivery

Description

  • Point and click your way to learning fun with the Brilliant Creations beginner kids laptop by VTech.
  • Innovative role-play kids computer looks like the real thing; comes loaded with 80 activities featured on a brilliant LCD colored screen.
  • Educates kids on life skills and basic learning including creativity, letters, vocabulary, counting, matching; great electronic learning toy for kids.
  • Kids laptop comes with a working cursor and mouse; beginners laptop does not have Wifi capabilities making it safe for young children age 4-7.
  • Toy computer is not intended for kids under 3 due to long cord choking hazard; operates on 4 AA batteries that are included.
  • Imported from USA.

From the Manufacturer
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With the Brilliant Creations Beginner Laptop your child is connected to an entire world of learning. This
computer features an LCD color screen and educates your child in a fun and colorful way through 80 learning activities
that focus on creativity, letters, vocabulary, counting, matching and more. A real working mouse and joystick are
included for added interactivity. Point and click your way to learning fun with the Brilliant Creations Beginner Laptop
by VTech. Note: please remember to empty the battery slot first. Before playing, please make sure the plastic strip is
removed from the bottom of the unit. 1. Analog-only televisions (manufactured before 2007) need a digital converter box.
You MUST perform a channel scan on the converter box. 2. A digital TV must be programmed in order to receive digital
channels. a) A TV must be set to the proper input source. Select the proper input through the Setup menu. It may be
labeled Antenna", "Air", or ”Broadcast". b) Within the Setup menu, select channel setup or channel scan. You may need to
refer to your TV owner's manual for instructions. 3. Make sure the antenna is facing the broadcast tower locations
serving your area.

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