Wearables Designed for Kids? Well, since kids are not the ones choosing nor going out to buy these, they’re arguably still adult wearables that adults attach to their kids. We knew it wouldn’t be long before consumer wearables went from helpful to watchful.
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Are you too lazy to keep holding your smartphone with your hand?
Thanko's new Flexible Arm for Smartphone can hold your smartphone for you. You can fasten your smartphone with a big clip attached to the end of the flexible arm and there is another big clip to make the arm fasten to anywhere the clip gets fixed.
The arm allows you to adjust the height and angle of your choice.
Lightning Rabbits are cables. Some very nice cables. We reviewed them...err, commented on them. A 2000-word TL:DR expose on a gadget cable is a level of geekery to which we cannot rise, so comments suffice.
Takara Tomy announced the release of a toy smartphone for kids - My Touch Smart "Line Friends". With it, kids can pretend like sending and receiving messages and stamps on the popular communication application LINE. It will be out for sale on August 7.
As if it is a real smartphone, it has a LED display, camera function, music reply ability, and more than 30 kinds of playable applications.