Back in the day when video games weren’t as common or even available, this meant that if kids wanted to have fun, they’d need to go outdoors and play with other kids. These days, video games allow for interaction from the comfort of your home, but if you’re worried that this could have a detrimental effect on your child’s growth and development, Fitbit has you covered.
The company has launched its latest wearable aimed at kids in the form of the Fitbit Ace 3. According to the company, they claim that the Ace 3 will have what it takes to help your child develop a more active and healthy lifestyle with features that will appeal to kids. This includes animated clock faces, goal-based motivation, and more.
As expected given that this is a device catered towards kids, there will be built-in parental controls, plus the device also has a rugged exterior that will make it less prone to damage. In terms of battery life, we’re looking at 8 hours on a single charge, making it a huge leap in battery performance compared to its predecessor.
If this sounds like a fitness tracker that you’d like to give to your kids, the Fitbit Ace 3 is priced at $80 and is available for pre-order via Fitbit’s website.