Can't wait to get your little one ingrained obsessed with technology? Fisher Price has introduced the iXL Learning System, a fold-open miniature tablet with a touch screen that is designed for small children.
"We have invested more research and development dollars into iXL than any other product in our 2010 Fisher-Price product line and it definitely shows," said Mattel CEO Robert Eckert. Mattel is the parent company of Fisher Price.
The $80 "toy" has an SD card slot, USB connectivity, and yes, of course, apps. Children can play games, read story books, draw, listen to music, and look at photos on this piece of kiddie tech.
Yep, it's time to get those infants on their way to becoming tech geeks. The iXL will be coming out in time for the 2010 holiday season.
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