Top Tech For Kids At CES

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Top Tech For Kids At CES

If this year’s CES Kids and Technology Marketplace is the pulse of where we are today, it’s clear that developers, investors and brands need to pay closer attention to kids as a valuable vertical. The market – and the trade floors – are filled with clunky watches that are both an eye sore and cumbersome for a little wrist and pointless screen-based toys.

However, this year’s CES, did highlight some great new and upcoming launches. Parents wondering what tech to buy theirs kids should pay close attention to our finds below. The five products below are top CES finds and sure bets for families this year. 



An American female trio is behind this soon-to-be-launched DYI kit that help kids develop analytical thinking skills through building circuits that light up, make sounds and move. With its components, kids can make unique nightlight houses, talking stuffed animals and animatronic tails.


WhereCom's KidFit Card

China-based Wherecom has one of the cutest and lightest smart watches available Kidfit III, but its Kidfit Card is a great two-way communication system and GPS device that looks like a sleek walkie-talkie.


ROXs by A-Champs

Dubbed by its creators, A-Champs, as the “world’s first off screen game console”, this toy launching in June will offer different game styles connected to an app that gets kids physically active in a challenging and fun way.


Kolibree Toothbrush

An essential and boring task becomes fun with this intelligent device that teaches kids good dental habits. What’s not fun is the price tag of $149.


Lego Education WeDo

Designed for second to fourth grades, this classroom-ready tool kit combines LEGO brick and software to enable students to develop a range of essential skills. Parents are able to purchase a single kit for $159.95.