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CES 2017: Photos of the top tech for kids and pets

CES 2017: Photos of the top tech for kids and pets  #iot

  • Woobo is a social robot for kids and it’s a little scary and a little weird all at the same time.
  • Lego has created coding kits for kids.
  • The Jagger & Lewis smart dog collar tells you your dog’s mood.
  • The toy allows parents to send messages to kids.
  • The Link collar has GPS built into the system so you can track your pet.

Everything from Fisher-Price smart stationary exercise bikes for toddlers, to robots and smart dog collars were on the scene at CES 2017.

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Petcube introduced Petcube Bites at CES. It will begin rolling out in late April online and at retailers. It offers a remote treat dispenser in addition to the video features available on existing Petcube devices. Beginning in February 2017, Petcube is giving all new and existing Petcube owners four hours of free video cloud storage each day through the Petcube app.

Petcube Play offers remote video access to your pet through an app, and even has a laser so that you can play games with your pet from afar.

Lego has created coding kits for kids.

The BuddyPhones InFlight have a three-volume setting so that parents can control the volume depending on the environment. Up to four kids can share one device using a BuddyCable.

Elmoji helps kids learn coding.

You can make characters or objects out of Play-Doh and bring them to life on-screen with this toy.

Woobo is a social robot for kids and it’s a little scary and a little weird all at the same time.

This GPS tracker has LED lights with messages in the band.

This companion pal laughs when you tickle it.

The Link collar has GPS built into the system so you can track your pet. It includes an activity tracker and temperature notifiers.

This toy allows parents to send messages to kids.

Catspad smart food and water dispenser for cats.

This one is aimed at kids and seniors.

The Jagger & Lewis smart dog collar tells you your dog’s mood. And more, such as how much he’s eating, drinking, sleeping and scratching.

Galaxy Zega was drawing plenty of attention at CES, with participants battling each other with tanks. Made by SmartX.

Leka is for children with developmental disabilities.

This is a combo companion and health-care device aimed at children with asthma.

Doesn’t every toddler need a stationary exercise bike with a tablet to keep them entertained?

Ziro provides DIY kits to build toys that you control by moving your hands.

Alpha 2 is a fully mobile humanoid robot that can mimic virtually all human movements.

GPS dog collars were a big hit at CES.

This robot spider moves in pretty cool ways.

If you want a Pokemon case, you’ll find it at CES.

Teena Maddox is a Senior Writer at TechRepublic, covering hardware devices, IoT, smart cities and wearables. She ties together the style and substance of tech. Teena has spent 20-plus years writing business and features for publications including Peo…

Teena Maddox is a Senior Writer at TechRepublic, covering hardware devices, IoT, smart cities and wearables. She ties together the style and substance of tech. Teena has spent 20-plus years writing business and features for publications including People, W and Women’s Wear Daily.

CES 2017: Photos of the top tech for kids and pets