Jukebox for kids doesn’t need screens
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The most popular tech toys on Springwise are ironically ones that encourage kids to play offline. From a DIY wearable that can be hacked into a lightsaber, to lego-style blocks that teach 5-12 year olds how to code, devices that embrace physical play ring true to children’s love for tangible objects. Now, Jooki by Muuse Labs is a jukebox for kids that doesn’t need screens. The portable music player has high quality speakers, and is operated via cute figurines instead of screens. Parents select an animal figurine, and assign a Spotify playlist, audiobook, iTunes album, or more via drag-and-drop through…
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