The Smart Cycle creates a physical play experience on tablet or TV, putting kids in control of racing and learning games full of kindergarten-readiness curriculum. The more they pedal, the more they can learn.
Adjustable tablet holder for various-sized tablets.
Multi-position handlebars with input controls, LEDs & joystick.
Adjustable seat makes play comfortable for kids of different sizes.
Bluetooth technology allows for play on tablet or TV for an even more immersive experience.
The free Smart Cycle Mission to Tech City app is available for download and features 15 different levels of play.
Additional apps are available for purchase, featuring characters from some of your child’s favorite Nickelodeon shows focusing on different subjects, like math, STEM, natural science, and more.
When Tech meets DIY, the result is instant fashion and endless creativity! Digiloom is a unique app-controlled weaving machine that lets creative tweens turn fashion bands into custom bracelets, anklets, headbands, bookmarks and more.
Using the Digiloom App, drag and drop letters, emojis and icons to create your own unique fashion statements. Next, weave your creations with the help of the Digiloom Machine .
The latest Power Wheels® Mustang features a new revolutionary drive system: Smart Drive™, which provides kids an even more exciting and realistic driving experience with enhanced performance and awesome new features, including additional safety measures to give parents even more peace of mind.
Features a new super sound speaker system that is synched to the driving for real car sounds, activated through the foot pedal.
The new touchscreen display features a 5-speed parent controlled speed setting (5 mph max. forward, 2.5 mph max reverse), battery indicator, and alerts for stability and dynamic traction control. Through the touchscreen, kids can also control the super sound speaker system volume and switch back and forth from vehicle sounds to MP3 mode when the vehicle is connected to an MP3 player through the jack.
The Smart Drive™ system also features smooth start technology in low speed modes for beginner drivers.
Bill Reese has been production director at The Toy Insider since 2014. A former editor at Playbill and graduate of SUNY–Purchase, he spends most weekends rooting for the New York Red Bulls pro soccer team and playing with his little boy Jonah.
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