Aristotle is a voice assistant that grows up with your child
Aristotle is a digital voices system.
But it's not like other one on the market.
It's made for kids and as developed by Mattel the kids stock manufacturer.
The device itself is basically the speaker with the light attached, and also it comes with this camera here, not Part of where the price comes from.
But it also comes because it has Alexa living on it as well as another voice assistant and that is Aristotle.
The other reason is because Alexa actually lives on Aristotle.
But it also has it's own proprietary voice assistant and that is what is called Aristotle.
The other big thing is that Aristotle fulfills a lot of different needs.
For parents of really young children it can work as a white noisameter, a monitor, and a night light.
But when your kids grow up a little bit, it can read them stories, play games, and even teach language lessons.
It really does grow up with the kid and offers features all along their development.
Mattel plans to make Aristotle this summer.
And I'm really excited to get my hands on it, and see how well it really works.
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