While the mobile space is flooded with a ton of options, most of them are geared toward adults. And, hey, why not let the small join the fun too. The LG introduced the KizOn in South Korea, a laptop for children who have made it easy for them to communicate with their parents. Today, this same device is coming to the US on Verizon, but here it will be known as Gizmo Paul. The idea behind the new LG mobile is extremely simple, as it needs to be set up with a number of pre-configured and, using a single button, child can then easily make or receive a call to and since it. Gizmo Paul also comes with a companion app available for iOS and Android which uses GPS functionality for you, allowing the parent to easily monitor the location of your child at all times.
Not surprisingly, you’ll need a Verizon service on the GizmoPal to work as expected – the tax itself is a mere $ 5 per month. It is available now from the carrier’s website for $ 80, while all the brick and mortar stores will start selling 11 December (some in the Midwest have in stock as of today).