Mattel has this week unveiled a new device it has created in the form of the Mattel Aristotle which is an Alexa powered device specifically designed for children.
Aristotle has been designed to be positioned in your child’s bedroom and is capable of reading bedtime stories and will be available for $300 when it launches during June 2017.
Equipped with both wireless Bluetooth connectivity and internal speaker system the Mattel Aristotle similar to that provided by the Amazon Echo and Google Home, although the Aristotle has been specifically designed for children and is being marketed as a smart baby Monitor. Robb Fujioka, senior vice president, chief products officer at Mattel explains :
We tried to solve the other fundamental problem of most baby products, which is they don’t grow with you. So we spent a lot of time investing in how it would age. Our approach is not going to be one derivation of UI, but multiple approaches. For more details of the Mattel Aristotle jump over to the Fast Code Design website via the link below.
Source: Fast CodeFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News