#Garmin #Wearable – Garmin vivofit jr. announced as an activity tracker for kids : Garmin recently introduced a new wearable not for the adults but for the kids–children of techies who want to give the little ones a head start in geekery. Officially called as the vívofit jr., this device is an activity tracker and motivator for the kids. It helps the parents in making the children move and do something.
With the help of this gadget, you can encourage kids to move some more. It can track one’s sleep, steps, and other activities. You can set a 60-minute play goal everyday so you can be sure that the kiddo won’t spend a lot of time watching TV or playing on a mobile device. Device works with a compatible app where parents can access and control the tracker from a smartphone.
Garmin’s vivofit jr. app can motivate kids with more educational adventures. Parents are provided more tools so you can motivate the kids and achieve many goals. This is the first time Garmin is offering a wearable for kids but we’re certain it will be a big hit.
Garmin’s VP of worldwide sales Dan Bartel said the product has been “designed with kids and parents in mind, from its durable and comfortable band to its engaging app that motivates kids to get moving, while keeping parents involved.”
The vívofit jr boasts of water-resistance, 1-year battery life, stylish band designs, and high-res display. It’s ideal for those kids ages 4 to 9. You can choose from the many cool designs. Available for only $79.99 from several retailers like Target, Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart, and Toys R Us. Source:androidcommunity