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VTech launches Kidizoom smartwatch and camera

The Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 and Kidizoom Action Cam 180 have launched nationwide across the US.
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VTech has released two new tech products into the US market, in the form of the Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 and the Kidizoom Action Cam 180.

The DX2 boasts a sleek design and allows kids to take pictures, videos, play games, tell time and more. The durable design features a 55 digital and analogue customizable watch faces to help kids learn to tell time as well as two cameras that allow children to capture everything from action videos to selfies that can be customised in the Silly Yourself app or made into new watch faces.

The Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 includes an assortment of new games including Monster Catcher, which uses the camera and augmented reality to help kids find and capture monsters in the real world. Kids can also use the watch’s motion sensor for active play challenges or to track movements

The Kidizoom Action Cam 180 features a 180-degree rotatable camera that lets kids take photos and selfies from all angles, plus shoot videos with fun features like slow and fast-motion. It comes with all the great accessories of the popular original Kidizoom Action Cam to mount the camera to a bike, skateboard and more while taking great action shots. The all-weather, water-resistant case allows for use up to six feet underwater, perfect for summer swimming and splashing. For even more fun, kids can play one of the three included games.

Both the Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2 and Kidizoom Action Cam 180 come with a micro-USB cable to upload photos and videos as well as recharge the battery. They are recommended for ages 4 and up and are available now at major retailers nationwide across the US. 

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