Last month I was able to attend the International Consumer Electronics Show here in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a lover of technology I felt like a kid in a candy store. There was everything from the latest in 3D tv’s, smart home appliances, tablets, cameras, fitness gear, cars, and so much more.
Being a lifestyle blogger I was on a mission to find the latest and greatest finds for families. Here are my top 3 gadgets for kids at CES 2012.
VINCI Touchscreen Learning Tablet
VINCIis a mobile touchscreen learning tablet designed specifically for toddlers/preschoolers and comes preloaded with animated learning content designed specifically for them. What I loved about Vinci is that it offers a step by step learning learning program that is tailored to your child’s developmental milestones. Vinci also complies with the FDA standards for Child Safety making it safe for your little one to use.
VINCI is a new category of Early Learning Systems designed exclusively for toddlers and preschoolers.
As the best-in-class children’s technology and science based learning solution, VINCI learning content is
progressive, age relevant and always themed in a real world context.
VINCI 7 in TouchScreen Learning Tablet (MSRP $389.) is available online through the Vinci website and amazon. VINCI 7-Inch Touchscreen Mobile Learning Tablet (4GB)
GeoPalz is a pedometer designed especially for kids ages 5 and up. The cute pedometers attach to your childs hip or shoes, and motivates your child to be active by converting the steps into points. For every mile walked you child earns points. They can then trade in those points free gift cards and credits from Target, iTunes, REI, PlayStation, FarmVille, Club Penguin or trade them for goods like Hacky Sacks, Frisbees, Soccer Balls, games and more! I love how GeoPalz main goal is to get kids and families to be active together.
GeoPalz (MSRP $25) are available online through their website and Amazon. Geopalz Kids Digital Tri-Axis Motivational Pedometer for Walking, Running and Earning Prizes
Disney AppClix Camera
This digital camera connects directly to your Apple iPad for easy as pie photo transfer even by children. Kids can use the fun free app Disney Pix to do basic photo editing, decorate photos with Disney characters, add backgrounds and stickers, and add text to their photo in their choice of font and colors. Children can then share their photos by email with their friends and family.
Saskar’s Disney AppClix Camera (MSRP $59.95) is available with a choice of Tinker Bell, Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Disney Princess, or Phineas and Ferb designs, each with a different color background. It is currently sold at Walmart, and B&H Photo.
Disclosure: I was in not compensated for this post. Just sharing some great products I learned about at CES.
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