Last Gadget Standing Nominee: Rullingnet Vinci
Parents love to toss their kids their iPads for a little fun and games, but the iPad isn't really a toddler device. Vinci, on the hand, was designed for toddler hands and tough use. It's a infant-proof tablet-designed for children up to age three-with apps that include games, storybooks, and music videos. Rather than focusing on academic teaching, they aim to show babies the world and let them be in control. And it sets out to address four key areas of early childhood development: cognitive, educational, emotional and social.
Vinci is a bit pricey at $479, but it's built for babies with their own unique needs.
This story, "An iPad for the Toddler Set" was originally published by Technologizer.