Wednesday, June 09, 2010

New Batman: Brave and the Bold Jr. Laptop - Exclusive 1st pics!


 Thanks to our friends at WBCP for hunting down the very first pics of this product for the readers here at Legions of Gotham!

WARNER BROS. CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND OREGON SCIENTIFIC
JOIN FORCES TO INTRODUCE BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD JR. LAPTOP
 
Young fans will appreciate a device worthy of the “Caped Crusader” himself
 
BURBANK, Calif., – June 4, 2010 – This summer, little learners will embark on a brain-teasing adventure through Gotham City like never before with the Batman: The Brave and the Bold Jr. Laptop.  Featuring an engaging assortment of eight interactive games, the laptop teaches letters, vocabulary, shapes, colors, numbers, counting and memory. The portable system is designed to capture children’s imaginations and encourage the learning process with exciting Batman graphics.  Designed with children in mind, the large-scale alphanumeric keyboard introduces typing skills and features keys perfectly sized for small hands to easily participate in learning activities independently.
 
“We are thrilled about this new laptop, which gives young fans everywhere the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Batman while engaging in an educational experience,” said Karen McTier, executive vice president, domestic licensing and worldwide marketing, Warner Bros. Consumer Products. “Oregon Scientific is synonymous with offerings that are both fun and educational and the adventures of Batman lend themselves perfectly to these products.”
 
“Our branded laptops continue to be best sellers year-after-year – fun, themed designs, easy-to-use features and a variety of activities that encourage learning, appeal to both mom and child,” said Bill Uzell, Executive Vice President, Oregon Scientific. “We are extremely excited to be working with Warner Bros. on our newest junior laptop - Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Batman married with interactive learning games and delivered in a portable laptop is sure to be a winning combination.”
 
The battery operated kid’s learning laptop will be available at Toys“R”Us and Walgreen’s this summer, retailing for $19.99. 
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