This glowing orb is a smart toy for kids with special needs
The Leka looks like a magical orb and in a way, it kind it is.
It's actually a smart toy for children with special needs.
The Leka featured various learning activities that help kids with learning disabilities improve by in motor skills and vigil cues.
As both can sensor that detects and response to a child interaction and it even has a multi-player game The interactive responses are for helping children better understand social cues and improve their socializing skills.
It charges wirelessly, and right now with heavy use, its battery life lasts around three hours.
We saw an industrial grade prototype at CES 2017.
However, the real deal is expected to ship in November in time for the holiday.
You can pre-order the [UNKNOWN] now and it costs $700 to $800, however, there's currently a CES special that let's you order it for only $490.
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