From the company that designed the Anapad, the analog version of the iPad for kids, the Anagram combines a retro, vintage camera feel with the Instagram logo. It's made from wood, cork, and leather, with no buttons, lights, noises, or batteries.
Our question, though, is whether it helps, hurts, or doesn't matter that the camera imitates what some might call an online obsession. Will kids love the fact that they can imitate parents who indulge in Instagram-ery? Or does it limit kids' imaginations if their toys so closely resemble adult interests?
We'd like to know what you think. Yea or nay on introducing kids early to things like Instagram?
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