An iPad Chair To Put Your Baby In, And Then Walk Away

Lazy parents rejoice over new Fisher Price device.
An iPad Chair To Put Your Baby In, And Then Walk Away

The Newborn-to-Toddler Apptivity™ Seat for iPad® device has just been released by Fisher Price, a baby seat with an iPad attachment set directly overhead of the infant.

Fit with restraints, the chair (and customized app )is meant to be a educational, fun, and keep your child safe/occupied.

Parents aren't happy. The CCFC believes the product "encourages parents to leave infants all alone with an iPad." Babies are meant to have more stimulation than a 2d screen.

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