LeapFrog SchoolHouse, the school division of the Emeryville, Calif.-based company that six years ago introduced the LeapPad electronic learning system--a device so popular it had parents flocking to toy stores nationwide--this fall will release its latest tool for learning: a computer the size of a pen.


Dubbed FLY, the new "pentop computer" works with a special brand of electronic paper that lets students interact with their own drawings. Using the magic-marker sized device, students can write a word in English, then hear the word translated via a special voice synthesizer to Spanish; draw a piano keyboard, then

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