FitBit Ace LTE Smartwatch for Kids Launched by Google

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    Introducing Fitbit Ace LTE: Google’s Smartwatch for Active Kids

    Google has launched a new smartwatch, Fitbit Ace LTE, designed specifically for kids aged 7 and up. This innovative device aims to help children lead more active and independent lives while keeping parents connected and informed.

    The Fitbit Ace LTE features six unique bands that unlock different items, styles, rooms, and Noodles, making exercise feel like play. With a focus on fun games and daily goals, the smartwatch encourages kids to stay active and rewards movement. Parents can also rest assured with secure calling, text messaging, and location sharing capabilities.

    One of the standout features of the Fitbit Ace LTE is the new Fitbit Ace app, which allows parents to set up to 20 trusted contacts for easy communication with their child. The app also includes features like School Time, which limits gameplay during school hours, and an activity dashboard to track movement and progress towards daily goals.

    The Fitbit Ace Pass is a data plan that provides built-in LTE connectivity for calling, messaging, location sharing, and access to games in the Fitbit Arcade. The plan costs $9.99 per month or $120 per year, with a special 50% off offer available until August 31st.

    With active games powered by Fitbit, the smartwatch turns screen time into active time by rewarding movement in the real world. The device also features an activity ring called Noodle, which celebrates when kids reach their Move Goal and tracks all-day activity.

    Fitbit Ace LTE is designed to withstand kids’ active lifestyles, with water resistance up to 50 meters and a scratch-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 screen. The device has a battery life of 16+ hours and fast charging capabilities.

    Priced at $230, the Fitbit Ace LTE offers a range of features to keep kids active, connected, and safe, while also prioritizing privacy and data security. This new smartwatch is set to revolutionize how kids engage with technology and stay healthy in today’s digital age.