LeapFrog Unveils LeapBand, the First-Ever Wearable Activity Tracker for Kids : Fashion Times

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The market for wearable devices has just gotten bigger with LeapFrog’s first-ever wearable activity tracker called LeapBand, which is especially made for kids between 4 and 7 years old.

According to PC Magazine, LeapFrog Enterprises, an Emeryville-based educational entertainment company, officially launched the wearable device Wednesday, April 30. The kiddie gadget will be available in the US online and at major retailers starting August for a price tag of $39.99.

LeapBand is like a pedometer and a Tamagotchi in one, encouraging kids to be active and health conscious.

The strap of the activity tracker is made of thick, thermoplastic polyurethane plastic, and can easily be snapped onto a kid’s wrist. It will come in three colors: pink, green, or blue. But the final strap mechanism of the wearable device is still in the works.

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