Fisher-Price Easy Link Internet Launch Pad Only $11.99

Posted: Dec 11 2007, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:35am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Fisher-Price Easy Link Internet Launch Pad only $11.99
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The fee to easy link your kids to the Internet dropped by 70% on Amazon. You can get the Fisher-Price Easy Link Internet Launch Pad for only $11.99 ($39.99).

The Easy Link Internet Launch pad makes it easy for kids to visit preschool appropriate websites to play online games. The Fisher-Price Easy Link Internet Launch Pad connects to your computer via USB and when kids plug a character figure into the Easy Link Internet Launch pad, they are taken directly to that character's website.
Once a character is plugged in, kids are only allowed to visit pages on that website until they plug in a different character, keeping them away from unsafe websites and from getting into your computer's files.
The three easy link figures included are Elmo, Dragonland, and Fisher-Price.
There are 8 additional Easy-Link figures sold separately.
More details on Amazon.com.

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