Of lately Indians have become more conscious the way they consume technology. Young adults prefer to have multiple gadgets at the same time. Kids see the devices all around and usually ask their parents to get it.
These days' teenagers own lot of stuff, but what gadgets they should own, is another point of discussion. From latest PlayStation game to a tablet, kids want to have all of them. Whether your child prefers an e-book over gaming or even a camera for that mater, there will be something for them. Without waiting your time, GizBot has come across some very useful gadgets that would bring smiles on your child face.
On the occasion of Children's day, GizBot has prepared a list of top 6 devices that you need to check out for your kids. Take a look!
Sony PlayStation 3
If your child loves to play console games, then you can consider the PlayStation 3. Sony's PlayStation 3 is the best rated console for the past seven years. With more than 4000 games available in the market, plus you can download games from the PlayStation store; the opportunities are endless. Currently, the cheapest PlayStation 3 (12GB) bundle costs Rs. 17,000, whereas the 500 GB variant is priced closed at Rs. 23,000. It is always better to console bundle over a standalone PlayStation 3. Happy gaming!
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Swipe Junior Tablet
The Swipe Junior Tablet is a perfect for students. The tablet is attractive and features decent hardware specs. The good thing about the Swipe Junior tablet is the built-in parental control. The device is rugged and comes pre-loaded with educational content.
Also check- Swipe Junior: Android Tablet for Kids
Nokia Asha 501 Dual SIM
Nokia Asha 501 is quite different from other handsets priced under Rs. 5000. The phone is colorful, youthful and full of energy. As many as 40 games come pre-loaded on the device.
The Asha 501 has a 3-inch low resolution display having resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.There is a feature called ‘Fastlane', which basically brings swipe motion gestures to reality.
There's a 3.2-mega pixel camera on the rear back, while the front camera is missing. The internal memory stands at 4GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card.
Connectivity features like Wi-Fi is there, however, 3G is missing. The phone has an incredible battery life of 48 days in standby and 17 hours of talk time.
Also read: Nokia Asha 501 Dual SIM Hands On Review
Sony WH303 headphone
Are you pissed off with a dedicated MP3 player? If yes, then have a look at a new kind of headphone featuring an MP3 player, a speaker and a headphone, all clubbed into one single device. It a high-quality headphone with built in 4GB of inbuilt memory and has a surround sound speakers with range of sound enhancement modes. The Sony WH303 is now available in Black and white color option.
Also read: Sony Launches Headphone with MP3 Player
Nikon Coolpix S6400
The Nikon Coolpix S6400 is a cool looking standard point & shoot camera. The camera comes in various funky colors: Purple, Silver, light blue, Red and standard black. The Coolpix S6400 scores due to its affordable price; and, curvy body makes it the best point & shoot camera under Rs. 12,000. The camera features a 3-inch display, 16MP megapixel CMOS image sensor, 12x optical zoom, HDMI connectivity and more.
If your child would like to spend more time reading, then without any doubt the Kindle Paperwhite fits the bill. Kindle is a dedicated e-book reader from the house of Amazon. It seamlessly works in direct sunlight. Moreover, this Kindly paperwhite has built-in back light that illuminates the screen in the dark. The device can run up to 8 hours without a single charge. This tiny device can hold as many as 1,100 e-books. Users can download books from the download, thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi.