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Hey - I'm looking at getting my daughter (who will be 3 in Feb) a little handheld gaming system of some sort for Christmas. She loves games on my Android phone, and on other people's iPads... my husband originally wanted to get her an iPad, but Santa doesn't really have that kind of budget this year, lol.

She is great with a touch screen, does ok with the Kinect (most of the time), and loves pushing buttons - but directional pads, mouse controllers, etc are hard for her to use to control what is happening on the screen. I was thinking the MobiGo might be good for her, as it has some games similar to one's the played on the iPad, and has a touch screen (but also a keyboard, so we can practice typing).

Do you of you gamers out there have any experience with this? Or can you recommend other systems with at least marginally educational games? :-) Thanks.

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