Airvue and Groovies keep kids entertained on long road trips
Are you about to bring your family for a holiday trip this summer, building and creating new memories for them to bring with them well into their adult years? A road trip should always be part of the bucket list, although it can be rather difficult or challenging if your little ones start to exhibit their curious nature. Questions are sure to come in thick and fast, with “Are we there yet?” being one of the main, recurring questions. Having said that, if you will indeed bring your little bunch of troopers along, then Kenu has just the thing for you in order to lighten up your load – with the introduction of a coupe of trailblazing products, the Airvue and Groovies.
The Airvue is a car tablet mount that will retail for $49.95 a pop, where this patent pending car tablet mount is a snap to attach to the back of your car’s headrest in a secure manner. It boasts of spring loaded jaws that will be able to securely hold just about any iPad or tablet. Installation is a snap – just simply flex the curved mount to position it between the headrest bars, and you’re good to go. Both the ball and socket joint pivots for multiple viewing angles and rotates 360 degrees allowing both portrait and landscape mode in order to keep your kids amused on the road. The moment you arrive at your destination, Airvue can then be used as a tabletop stand, or even a luggage handle mount. Airvue will be compatible with all popular tablets, ranging from the iPad mini to the iPad Air and iPad Pro, in addition to majority of the other Android tablets out there.
As for the $24.95 Groovies premium kid headphones, these offer premium sound at safe listening levels, thanks to a volume limiting technology which will help maintain the sound pressure at 85dB as recommended by the American Academy of Otolaryngology. As for the ear pads themselves, they are made with hypoallergenic materials in order to provide comfort for all day use. Sounds like a combination that can’t be beat, don’t you think so?