Amazon Glow Interactive Projector with Video Call

Computers, tablets, and smartphones are devices the young use to learn new knowledge. But having more screen time isn’t the best of ideas. This is where Amazon Glow comes in.

Amazon Glow Interactive Projector with Video Call

Amazon Glow is a brand new product from the online retail giant targeted at the young ones. It is an interactive projector with sensing technology that lets kids read stories, play games, create art, and basically, having fun while learning and vice versa.

Glow combines the physical and digital worlds, along with the integration of video calls, to allow loved ones to engage in the kids’ activities remotely using their own tablets.

Amazon did not say it, but we are sure that this device was developed with the lessen travel times people can make over the last two years.

Amazon Glow Interactive Projector with Video Call

The device is more just a sensing projection gadget; it is equipped with an object scanning feature that lets kids turn any object into digital objects and even making digital puzzles out of these objects.

Each Amazon Glow comes with a 1-year of Amazon Kids+ that offers hundreds of hours of fun, including new games and activities designed specifically for the device.

Expect a library of contents from Disney, Mattel, Nickelodeon, and Sesame Workshop featuring kids’ favorite characters like Anna and Elsa from Frozen, Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story, and more.

Amazon Glow Interactive Projector with Video Call

If you are intrigued, you may learn more HERE. No former availability is offered for this device. However, customers can request an invitation to be part of the early access Glow program now. Shipping is expected to begin in the U.S. in the coming weeks.

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The Amazon Glow has a by invitation only introductory price of US$249.99. After which, it will cost US$299.99.

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