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Toddler Tech: The Coolest Gadgets for Babies

The Baby Glgl by Slow Control holds a baby bottle and can record how fast and how much a baby is drinking and it can send that information to a mobile device. (John Locher/AP Photo)
The Baby Glgl by Slow Control holds a baby bottle and can record how fast and how much a baby is drinking and it can send that information to a mobile device. (John Locher/AP Photo)

 

(USA Today) – If there’s one thing I learned at CES this year it’s that there’s no such thing as being “too young” to be connected, and you don’t have to walk very far on the show floor here in Las Vegas before you find all kinds of gadgets aimed at the youngest members of your household.

Smart Clip

The first piece of baby tech that caught my eye was Intel’s new Smart Clip that tags along on your baby’s car seat and keeps close watch to make sure — heaven forbid — the little one isn’t left behind. The clip connects with your phone and blows up your alerts as soon as it detects a baby in the seat when the car isn’t in motion. It’s a simple, smart little device that could go a long way to prevent the 40 deaths that occur every year from babies being accidentally left in vehicles. It goes on sale in late 2015.

Grush

If I had a nickel for every time I tried to think of a way to turn the chore of brushing teeth into a game I’d have enough to buy one of these Vegas casinos here at CES. Grush is the answer I’ve dreamed of, and it uses a gadget that kids these days seem powerless to resist: a smartphone.

The key to the Grush magic is the Bluetooth-equipped toothbrush that acts like a video game controller for your kids. It connects to your smartphone (or tablet, if that’s your style) and as your kids brush away the day’s grime, their motions are being used in-game to do a bunch of cool things like conduct an orchestra and crushing monsters.

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