Stupid Babies: Playskool And Creative Team Up

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Hasbro’s Playskool probably isn’t as “dope” as it was back in the 1990s, but it can still kick out the jams thanks to a new deal with Creative. What does this new deal entail? I’ll let you take a guess. It’s either an MP3 player geared towards toddlers or it’s a flaming motorcycle with the words “EAT MY HELLFIRE” painted on the side. Give up? Sorry, that was a tough one. It’s the toddler MP3 players.

They’ll be protected devices that only play kids songs or something like that. It doesn’t really matter, because at age 2, your kid probably can’t even understand words. And if you put headphones on your kid to shut him up at age 2, you’re probably a bad parent.

I hear John ordered one for his kid. They’ll be available in September.

Creative joins Hasbro’s Playskool for baby MP3 players – with DRM protection [TechDigest.tv]

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