Will Kids Be Key To Cracking The Wearables Code?

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The Fitbit Ace, the wearable company’s latest $100 offer geared specifically to children, is officially out on the market. Designed for children eight and up, the product, according to reviews in The Verge, is similar to the Fitbit Alta in terms of design.

Much of the kid-centric product will, in fact, be recognizable to the adults who will be purchasing them. Like the adult model, the new product will track steps, active minutes and number of


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