Japanese manufacturer Aprica announced yesterday the release of a new stroller and travel system, but what caught our eye was the stroller's SmartTray feature. It's a smart phone holder, not for the adult pushing the stroller, but down at the baby's viewing level.
The aluminum stroller weighs in at less than 20 lbs, touts one-handed folding capability, and a 180 degree rotating shade canopy, but we're curious what readers think of the SmartTray function. Would you use it? Is the world enough stimulation for a strolling baby? Might it come in handy if you were stuck in line somewhere? Would the other parents at the park give you dirty looks if your baby was watching videos on your walk? I'll be the first to admit that a smart phone loaded with Yo Gabba Gabba episodes has saved me more than once, but I'm not sure if I'd need it on a stroller. What do you think?
Aprica Moto Travel System Stroller in Twilite, available at Babies R Us, $299.99
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