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VTech MobiGo 2 Touch Learning System, Pink

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  • Four different modes of playing: Motion, touchscreen, microphone and slide-out keyboard
  • Qwerty keyboard helps kids become familiar with a keyboard layout
  • Toy can also function as an e-reader, photo album, photo viewer and art studio and coloring book
  • Large library of downloadable games and e-books are available online at the Learning Lodge
  • Comes with three great games that take advantage of all the MobiGo's cool features
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 19 x 9.1 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 703 g
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Item model number: 80-135850
  • ASIN: B007XVYN4S
  • Date first available at May 9 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,946 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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Product Description

Your child can access fun and learning on the go with the MobiGo 2 Touch Learning System. Kids ages three to eight will love the collection of games and apps that teach basic learning skills, including math, vocabulary, problem solving, and creativity. Activities on the MobiGo 2 employ a variety of control methods, including button controls, tilting, and sound. The toy comes equipped with several ready-to-run apps, and you can purchase more from an extensive library available in cartridge form or online.

Multi-functional device that provides fun and education in many different ways.
Play Games With A Stylus, A Fingertip, Or Buttons

With so many ways to play, the MobiGo 2 provided our testers hours of fun and learning without getting stale. Kids can control the colorful touch screen with buttons on the front of the MobiGo 2 or with the included stylus or a fingertip, just like a tablet device. The MobiGo 2 also includes a built-in motion sensor for games your child controls by tilting the toy from side to side, helping build reaction skills and hand-eye coordination. A quick slide reveals a full QWERTY keyboard. There's even a sensor on the front of the device that detects sound for the many games and apps that incorporate speech or breath controls.

Apps & Games Offer Developmental Benefits

The MobiGo 2 offers a slew of developmental benefits for your child. The e-reader function and some educational games help children learn letter names, phonics, and reading skills. Some apps embrace science themes, math activities, and problem solving, while others promote visualization and memory, creativity, and motor skills. The MobiGo 2 offers a variety of activities, so your child can receive a well-rounded learning experience.

Controls & Accessories

Your child can turn on the MobiGo 2 with a simple switch and initiate activities with easy-to-follow prompts. The toy includes brightness and volume control buttons as well as a headphone jack, so children can play quietly without disturbing those around them.

More Than 100 Entertaining & Educational Apps Available

The games and apps available for the MobiGo 2 are as fun as they are educational. The toy comes preloaded with four apps: a hamster-ball racing game that employs the motion control, an archery-themed game that teaches QWERTY keyboard skills, an artistic coloring app that makes use of the touch screen, and a photo app. More apps, games, and e-books are available for purchase on cartridges or by downloading when the MobiGo 2 is connected to the online Learning Lodge Navigator via the included USB cable. Many of the games feature favorite children's characters, such as Dora the Explorer, Elmo, and Mickey Mouse. The MobiGo 2 comes with a touch stylus and a USB cable for connecting to your computer to access VTech's online Learning Lodge Navigator and purchase additional apps and games.

Recommended For Ages 3 To 8 Years


  • Large library of downloadable games and e-books are available online at the Learning Lodge
  • QWERTY keyboard helps kids become familiar with a keyboard layout
  • Toy can also function as an e-reader, photo album, photo viewer, art studio, and coloring book
  • Four different modes of playing: Motion, touchscreen, microphone, and slide-out keyboard
  • Four AA batteries required

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By Luxx22 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Dec 1 2014
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My daughter loves it! She's 3 years old and has no problems playing with this- Its alright for the price, quality could have been better though.
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my daughter like this, but it needs batteries very often. we bought a electric charger but it broke very fast.
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By manyh on July 21 2014
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My kids really enjoy this!!
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By Sabrina V. on June 18 2015
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my daughter loves it!!!!
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101 of 108 people found the following review helpful
Great learning toy, beware of quality issues Nov. 16 2012
By lbeymer - Published on
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We ordered two Mobigo 2 systems for our twin girls' 4th birthday. The girls were excited and began playing the games that come pre-loaded as soon as their party ended. We noticed right away that on one of the devices there were three keys on the keyboard that didn't work at all. We returned it and Amazon sent us a replacement nearly overnight. About two weeks later, we received a few game cartridges as a belated birthday gift. We had only been playing pre-loaded and downloaded games until then. About 5 minutes into a cartridge game the second device stopped working. It would start up and begin to load and then just went to a black screen. We weren't even able to turn the device off. The girls had played gently with these toys. They have not been dropped or mistreated in any way. It is very disappointing that both of the two systems we ordered have had to be replaced. Amazon does a GREAT job of getting the new one out right away so the girls barely noticed that they were without it for a short time. They are both working now, but after this experience I'm skeptical about their durability and am not excited about investing in a lot of cartridge games if the devices are going to keep on giving out.

The online set-up and parental tracking are very easy to use and the games available for download are fun and educational. The girls love having their own little handheld entertainment and if not for the trouble with the quality of the hardware, we would definitely have recommended these. After returning two out of two though, I'd say vTech should be paying more attention to the quality control.
106 of 115 people found the following review helpful
Super Improvements on an Already Great Toy Aug. 23 2012
By Space Salamander - Published on
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My daughter received the original Mobigo when it first came out-- when she was three years old. She loved it almost obsessively. It was terrific for car rides and times when Mommy needed time to take a shower! After two years, it still works perfectly and still holds her interest, though she had begun favoring "apps" on my iPhone and tablet. When I was offered the chance to test out the new version, I was thrilled.

From the moment I put it in her hand, I had to fight to get it back out. All the old games are compatible, and they also kindly let you download any of your previously downloaded games onto this one, too. Nice, Vtech.


-Motion Sensor

My daughter adores the preloaded "Hamster Highway" game, which is the one that highlights the new motion sensor. When you tilt the Mobigo left, right, back, or forward, you control the action of the hamster rolling around the race track in his hamster ball. It's one of the rare Mobigo games that isn't educational, but that's fine. I don't need there to be an educational lesson in everything she does... pure entertainment is good, too! Plus, it helps with motor skills.

-Microphone and Photo Storage

The other main new feature is the microphone, which is highlighted in the "Photos" feature. You can add your own photos, making this a great spot to keep some of your child's favorite photos, but to start, they preload it with eight generic kid-friendly photos: a dog, a hot air balloon, etc. When you press the star, it tells you to "blow into the microphone to see the special effects." Actually, you can make any sound into the microphone, and it'll do one of two funny things to the picture: "warp" it or add bubbles to it. Not much variety, but you get the idea of what the microphone could be capable of in other games.


If you have trouble with accuracy of the touch screen (it's great for most games), you can now use a stylus, which is easily stored in the back of the device


It's slightly larger overall than the original Mobigo. I worried that the old case wouldn't fit, but it does... barely. The touch screens themselves are the same size, and so are the control buttons.

-Fixed the Downloads Issue!

This is a great one-- one of the few negatives about the original Mobigo was that it didn't save your downloaded games onto the device. Every time you turned off the device and turned it back on, any games you downloaded from the Vtech site would need to be re-downloaded, and I think you could do only three at a time. Now, awesomely, there's actual storage in the Mobigo. Sufficient storage. Once I downloaded the required software (not hard-- took two tries to get my device to work with it, but was fine after that), it provided me with free access to every game I'd ever downloaded on the original Mobigo, plus gave me three credits for free games. I happily discovered that I could fit all of them on the Mobigo 2 and that they'd stay there until I wanted to erase them! As of now, I have 15 downloaded games on the device and it's less than half-full.


-The downloadable games are really short and simple-- nothing exciting, and few are in the older children range.

-The "number keys" are really just the top letter keys, and the number placement is confusing. For instance, when you want to type the number 2, you're supposed to type the letter W. However, the number is situated right in the middle of the letters Q and W, so depending on your perspective, you might think you were supposed to type Q.

-These great new features don't yet have great new software to go with them... I'm sure Vtech will soon release software that takes advantage of the motion sensor and microphone, but in my search of Amazon and Vtech's sites, I don't yet see a single game that has these added features. Therefore, if you don't yet have a Mobigo at all, clearly you should get this new version-- Vtech has even been kind enough to price it the same as they priced the original. However, if you have the original and want to know if it's worth it to upgrade, I'd wait until there were at least a couple of games available to support the new features, or else you're really spending the additional money just for the few built-in games and the photo viewer.

-Touch screen is very good, but not perfect. I got frustrated a few times when the device instructed me to "use the arrows" to do something, and then I did hit an arrow, and it repeated the same instruction twice more before I got it to recognize that I was already hitting the arrow. Still, doesn't happen often.


Even despite these drawbacks, I'm still considering this a 5-star product. We've had most of the major electronic devices for kids in the preschool-to-1st grade range, and this one has been our favorite. It's been reliable, can withstand drops, has a good line of worthwhile educational software (particularly for 3-5-year-olds) and rarely gets annoying to listen to for Mommy in the front seat. If you've never had a Mobigo, I highly recommend this one, and if you already have one, I *will* highly recommend it as soon as there are a couple of pieces of software that take advantage of the new features!
78 of 90 people found the following review helpful
Souring on Vtech- Great toy that doesn't last Sept. 2 2012
By MomofTwins123 - Published on
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I am sad to say I am starting to sour on Vtech products. This past December I purchased two mobigos (the 1st version) for my 3 year old twin boys. By the end of January one of the mobigos sound did not work at all and by March both began freezing in the middle of games and scrambling the screens. Very frustrating for 3 year olds. This summer when I saw the Mobigo 2 coming out I decided to try them again mostly because I did not want to have to buy all new games if I switched to the competitive brand. I pre-ordered 2 of the mobigos 2 for both my boys and they arrived the beginning of July.

The mobigo 2 is def. a step up from the first and my boys LOVED all the changes especially the new "pen" with it. I also loved that all the downloaded games could go right on the device and didn't have to be loaded to the cartridge. So the toy itself is very entertaining and my boys love it. The only problem is this didn't last yet again.

It is not the beginning of September and we have had problems again. One of the mobigos began freezing again and a few days later while my son was routinely opening up to the keyboard the lever snapped causing the screen to tilt up so you cant see it while using the keyboard. You could hear the screw that is supposed to hold it rattling inside. But the unit still worked until a day later. Now today the whole unit will not even turn on. I have tried changing batteries several times and nothing. Same thing with screen freezing on both versions. A battery change will not work to fix the problem.

Also it is not due to poor care on our part which is what one might assume with 3 year old twin boys. We have cases for both and I take them out myself and make sure they are put back. I also supervise them while they are using them so this isn't a case of them being dropped or mishandled. The damages are caused by normal, routine use. For our house hold this is a max of 30 min a day.

Bottom line the product is great for AS LONG AS IT LASTS but in my experience that is not that long with either version. I hoped the Mobigo 2 would last longer but it did not.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Thumbs up to Mobigo 2 Sept. 4 2012
By Shana - Published on
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Overall very satisfied with the product. Very durable and great for interactive learning. My only complaint is that it does not come with a power cord.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Mom Approved & High Recommended Learning System Aug. 28 2012
By Whitney Baugh - Published on
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Right out of the box, the VTech MobiGo 2 only required 4 AA batteries and it was ready to go. The set-up could not have been easier! I highly recommend reusable batteries for kids game systems- they are well worth the investment. It comes with 2 fun games already installed plus a photo gallery and an art studio. 3 free game downloads were also available, so we took advantage of those right away.

In the box, you'll find the VTech MobiGo 2, a user's manual, USB cable, stylus, and the Learning Lodge Navigator installation CD.

The Learning Lodge Navigator is where you can keep up with your child's progress and download games, e-books, and apps. I am highly impressed with the amount of apps offered- 17 pages worth just for the VTech MobiGo 2 and most (maybe all?) are on sale for $2.99. The regular price is $4.99 per app and even then, you are getting a great deal on education and creative games.

So far we have the two games that were installed when we received the system, then we used our 3 downloads.

Mother Duck -Help the babies line up behind their mama in alphabetical order. Teaches letter recognition and the alphabet order.

Flower Garden-Plant seeds, water & fertilize them, then watch them grow. Keep the pests away!

Blocks O' Fun! -Drop the block in the correct place to build images or switch to free-play mode and build anything you like. (Bryson's favorite!)

I am very satisfied with the games we have and Bryson plays each of them. We'll definitely add to our collection, but I'm glad to see each game hold Bryson's attention for quite a while. He hasn't asked for any new games since I downloaded the three above.

At $59.99, I believe the VTech MobiGo 2 Touch Learning System is well worth the money. It's already been dropped several times, so I know it's durable. Carrying cases are available and we'll probably purchase one soon. The amount of downloaded educational apps and games at affordable prices is fantastic. The educational aspect of this system far exceeds any other system we've tried; kids can learn basic skills including math, vocabulary, spelling, reading logic, drawing, and more. The QWERTY keyboard is one of my favorite features, because it helps Bryson (age 3.5) learn how to use a computer. The touch screen combined with the motion and sound-activated games encourages motor and speech skills. The Vtech MobiGo 2 is geared toward kids ages 3 - 8 and I can definitely see Bryson using it for years to come. Overall, I think it's a great buy and I would definitely recommend it to a friend.

If I could think of something bad to say about this VTech Mobi-Go system, I would just to keep it real, but honestly- we can't find anything bad about it! The only feature I would like to see added is an automatic shut-off where when left for a certain amount of time, the system would shut itself off.

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for VTech. I received product samples to facilitate my review.