The Boston Globe: What to get the (young) person who does nothing and whose phone does everything?
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On December 8, 2017 in Media Coverage
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“What to get the person who does nothing and whose phone does everything?
For those of us whose fondness for the traditional physical gift seems at odds with their offsprings’ devotion to the technofuture, I offer this quick collection of tech-driven gift ideas for the whole family that offer a little more substance than an iTunes gift card and require a lot less cash than that Juicero you bought the family last year.
For the young dreamer: Said genius may have grander plans for taking over this world rather than some imaginary one. And for that young leader in training I recommend robot kits from KIBO. Ranging from $229 to $499, KIBO works as a screen-free open robotics platform. Using wooden blocks and simple parts, kids can build robots that dance, draw, and, maybe one day, do the Christmas shopping.”
Read the full gift guide here.