Toshiba and Best Buy Collaborate to Introduce Children’s Laptop

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The Satellite L635 features a 13.3” display, webcam and DVD drive along with software for kids aged 5-10. Designed with kids in mind, the laptop boasts a unique wipeable keyboard, allowing for easy cleaning of smudges left by messy hands and a no-gloss Dura-cross textured finish that helps resist fingerprints. The accompanying software gives parents the opportunity to help protect their kids from dangers online while providing a fun and safe universe for children to explore the Internet. The laptop comes pre-loaded with KidZui, an Internet browser made for children, as well as Net Nanny, which allows parents to set boundaries on how the laptop is used. The combination of these two programs allows the security of the laptop to adapt as children mature. For all its kid-ready features, the laptop stands out for still having the power of a standard PC, making it a product to be used and enjoyed by the entire family. Pre-installed entertainment includes two Disney movies and the family-friendly LEGO Batman game.


The Satellite L635 Kids’ PC is the latest consumer-driven innovation to come out of the You Spoke, We Listened program, a collaboration between Toshiba and Best Buy that has yielded products such as the Toshiba Satellite E205. With the Satellite L635 Kids’ PC, the two companies combined their consumer feedback and technical expertise to produce a laptop from the ground up for children that is like no other.

“People today expect well thought out laptop offerings customized to meet their expectations, and partnering with Toshiba makes it possible,” said Jason Bonfig, vice president of computing at Best Buy. “We set out to design a laptop that better serves the function and content needs of families, and the result was the Satellite L635 Kids’ PC.”

Since their arrival in fall 2008, products resulting from the Best Buy You Spoke, We Listened program have changed the dynamics of how computers and other technology are developed. Each generation originates with insight gleaned from sources such as Best Buy’s own customers and employees into desired features, styling and performance. The company then works closely with Toshiba to translate those customer expectations into a unique laptop design that solves for customer needs with the right hardware and functionality.



The Satellite L635 Kids’ PC is available exclusively at Best Buy beginning Sept. 26, 2010.

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  2 comments for “Toshiba and Best Buy Collaborate to Introduce Children’s Laptop

  1. Asya
    September 24, 2010 at 1:55 pm

    Very nice for kids!I hope the prise is not gona be very hight so the parents can buy it!:)

  2. Henria Oropeza
    September 26, 2010 at 11:19 pm

    I’ve got to say that this would be awesome for my daughter. She fits this age range and is always wanting to play games on the computer. She’s always asking to get onto my computer and I would love to get her her own computer!

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