Lunii My Fabulous Storyteller feeds your child's imagination at CES 2019
Imagination is a vulnerable and powerful part of being a child.
The French company, Lunii, created my fabulous storyteller.
It's a small speaker filled with short audio stories aimed at kids ages three to eight.
With my fabulous storyteller, kids craft the stories In a Mad Libs kinda way.
They choose the hero, the setting, another character and an object.
Then one of 48 stories with those elements plays.
Each story lasts between three and seven minutes.
On one side you have a speaker grill on the other you have a rotary dial to adjust the volume and even a headphone jack to plug in some headphones.
On the opposite side is a mini USB port.
This allows you to download other stories from their website.
As well as charge it up.
The speaker itself lasts about ten hours on a single charge.
It is simply refreshing to see such a simple and well thought out device.
Sadly there weren't any children at the Mandalay Bay casino to test out the speaker.
But it is clear to me that this is another way to both entertain and help your children develop their imagination.
Lillie's My Fabulous speaker costs seventy dollars which converts roughly to fifty five pounds and a hundred Australian dollars.
You can buy it on Amazon.
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