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Win a Comfy Easy PC

Enter to win an interactive Comfy Easy PC learning system - designed to help your child to reach their full potential.
Congratulations to Josie from Cheltenham and Catherine from Manchester who are the winners of this great prize!.

Click here to see the Comfy demo.

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All entries must be received before midnight on 15th July, 2007.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on on Monday 16th July, 2007.

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The prize contains a Comfy keyboard and CD "First steps" for beginners which is suitable for children approx. age 1 through to age 3. - click here for further details.

Comfy Easy PC is a unique interactive learning system that encourages toddlers (1-5 years old) to learn through play on their home PC.

It creates a rich and exciting multimedia world for young children, in which they can play and interact with the lovable comfy characters. Playing with the Easy PC system provides toddlers the opportunity to explore a dynamic, colourful and interactive environment - without requiring parental assistance.

According to The 3C Development cycle, the Easy PC system, thanks to its rich content, will stimulate and Challenge your child's natural born Curiosity. The specially designed keyboard enables him or her to remain in full control, mastering activities as the plot evolves, thereby improving his/her sense of self Confidence.

Always trying to imitate Mum and Dad, young children today show more and more interest in exploring the world through the medium of computer, which undoubtedly is now an everyday item found in nearly every home. The Easy PC specially designed keyboard and age appropriate content are fully adequate for toddlers' motor and learning abilities, tailored to their specific area of interest.

Apart from the learning skills, Comfy puts a lot of emphasis on important aspects of social behaviour, such as helping friends and being part of a group in its vivid stories. The Easy PC is a major contribution to your child's development and will help develop a positive, independent personality, socially conscious, giving him or her the tools to help get on with his surroundings.

The award winning Easy PC system is a great alternative to passive TV watching. As parents, we look to give our children many different types of experiences and learning opportunities. Comfy combines "good old" educational and social values with advanced interactive modern capabilities.

For more information on the Comfy Easy PC Learning system click here.

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wow this would be great for my child to learn more as she already seems to love the computor :)
by sallyrocks 19th Mar 2009, 9:35am
looks like ill be grooming a genius, essential for mind development
by tshepiloe 2nd Jun 2008, 8:45am
by BARRYC30 13th Sep 2007, 8:37am
this looks like a great pc with little ones in mind it would be fab to win indeed
by jacqui1964 28th Aug 2007, 8:35am
This Comfy PC system looks absolutely fabulous....
by nicjc 22nd Aug 2007, 8:38am
really great product which all my children love to play with at their friends house
by Magvath 20th Aug 2007, 4:06pm
looks great
by roset 16th Jul 2007, 9:06am
i worry about my son being confident and being able to interact with children ,i also worry if he will find difficult to learn ie when he first goes to school,thats why i would love one of these for him as it looks to really aid development
by jannetteroden 16th Jul 2007, 9:04am
It looks fabulous, I'd have to fully test it before letting my 2 year old have it ;-)
by jrhymer 16th Jul 2007, 9:04am
my little son loves his vtech baby leap pad but it has a very limited age this looks alot more fun. I love encouraging my kids to learn new things from such a fab ages. he loves to dance and play with anything and everything most of allour home computer so one of his own would be the best present ever
by ria 16th Jul 2007, 9:03am
This looks like a great way to introduce children to computers, fun and educational what more could you possibly ask for!
by madbadger 16th Jul 2007, 9:02am
My son would love this!
by JuneHove 16th Jul 2007, 9:01am
This looks fab, I would really love to win it for my daughter to help bring her on, thanks for offering this great prize, graphics look cool.
by pixie76 16th Jul 2007, 9:01am
I was immediatley drawn to the word 'EASY' so many of these consul games are too complicated but this one is bright chunky and easy to follow. It has lots of lovely images and sounds. My little one enjoyed the demo!
by alibalibee 16th Jul 2007, 9:00am
Great prize looks very good
by RsYummyMummy 16th Jul 2007, 9:00am
This learning system looks fantastic! The buttons are really chunky which is great for tiny fingers and the characters are really fun and colourful. At first I did have doubts as to weather it would be too complicated for littles ones and weather they need to be introduced to a computer/laptop so early on but now I have had a play on the demo I can see how great it is as a learning tool especially as it introduces them to music, weather, colours etc etc. My twins are always amused with my laptop so this system would give them a great opportunity to play and learn together. Little ones are such sponges at these early ages so we should encourage them to learn if they take an interest which I'm sure they would with this! Great fun!!
by AliC500 13th Jul 2007, 10:54am
I would love to win this prize as I think it will help teach young children and keep them entertained. A high quality product.
by Tootsy 12th Jul 2007, 12:45pm
This looks very different from the other computer offerings out there, nice to see something different than just buttons
by edamer 10th Jul 2007, 8:46am
Looks very educational and fun!
by Nannygrl 10th Jul 2007, 8:46am
PC is very important in a home for general information and i will advise each person to have one
by lovelyemeli 9th Jul 2007, 9:13am
This will be great for when I am on the laptop - my little one can use their own and what a wonderful way to learn - wish I had this opportunity when I was little. Great idea A+++
by AskBaby10468 3rd Jul 2007, 8:29am
i think this is great, my little girl loves my pc lol so this would keep her away from mine
by annie46abbie 2nd Jul 2007, 1:42pm
so good to have in my childs education.well done you guys
by fordy 28th Jun 2007, 5:12pm
This is a great prize. Not only is the child learning about the world around them, they are also developing their computer skills. People learn the fastest at a young age. With this they have the oppertunity to develop an excellent understanding of computers, which will be a valuable skill later on in their lives.
by darkowl 25th Jun 2007, 8:42am
May even help me with my computer skills! Fun for baby, fun for me!
by carriecakes 25th Jun 2007, 8:41am
This is a fantastic prize - learning and fun all in one for a good few years of the babies life.
by cdreyer 22nd Jun 2007, 12:33pm
it would be good for little learners anfd big learners to
exploring and learning at the same time and having fun together
by yvonne14 19th Jun 2007, 4:52pm
Fabulous prize, satisfies the geek in dad and keeps mum from being bothered by both the baby and Dad!!
by qmore 19th Jun 2007, 4:51pm
here here to all the below comments :)
by barbara 18th Jun 2007, 1:29pm
what a great prize!
by rrjlw 18th Jun 2007, 9:03am
thanks for a great comp-i'd love to enter, claire mudie
by clairemudie 18th Jun 2007, 9:01am
thank heavens for something to work magic on the minds of toddlers whilst i work magic on the dinner, after a fashion that is!!!
by 128plant 18th Jun 2007, 8:59am