New Smart Toy For Special Needs Kids Revealed At CES 2017

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Leka is a brand new smart toy that was unveiled at CES 2017 at the Las Vegas convention.

Leka is designed for special needs children ages 3 and older. It helps them improve social skills, fine motor skills, and visual cues. It is available for preorder and costs $700-$800.

Leka works with an app that features various learning activities. Built-in sensors detect and appropriately respond to your child. There is a multiplayer game for family and friends to join the fun.

The interactive responses help children comprehend social and visual cues while multiplayer games help to improve social skills. Leka charges wirelessly and offers batter life of about 3 hours. This smart toy is an innovative means of using tech to help learning disabled children.


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