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CES is the world’s biggest annual technology show, held every January in Las Vegas. This article on the myFirst Fone R2 & Camera 50 is part of our CES 2024 News coverage of the event.

The event runs from the 9th to the 12th of January, with media-only exhibits in the days leading up to the main conference. Click here to follow along with all our CES 2024 news.

myFirst at CES 2024

myFirst is where fun gadgets can help younger travellers capture the world, just like their parents do. Screen time doesn’t have to be a worry in a world where your little ones can get their hands on everything from smartwatches to cameras and even excellent sketch boards and 3D pens.

It’s all about letting kids dive into the tech pool without worries. myFirst designs these nifty gadgets to be kid-friendly, so your mini-me’s can chat, share, and play in a safe space. Parents, you get to relax knowing everything’s under a safety net.

It’s win/win as the kids get their tech fix, and parents get peace of mind!

At CES 2024, myFirst has announced several new products, two perfect for your little travellers.

a group of cell phones with a screen showing different images. CES 2024 myFirst Fone R2
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myFirst Fone R2

The myFirst Fone R2 is a wearable smartwatch that brilliantly integrates the functionalities of a phone, GPS tracker, music player, camera, clock, and fitness tracker into a single sleek package.

Aimed at kids aged 5 to 12, the myFirst Fone R2 is a robust companion that stands up to the rigours of an active childhood.

Its connectivity feature ensures parents can stay connected with their children, prioritising safety and peace of mind. The device is compatible with FoneOS and integrates with the myFirst Circle app (Android | Apple), allowing parents to manage and monitor their child’s device use effectively.

Some of the standout features on the new myFirst Fone R2 include the 5MP Wide-Angle camera and a built-in eSIM that is supported in 85 countries. Kids can keep the watch on at all times to use the fitness tracking, even when swimming, as the Fone R2 is water-resistant up to 3 meters.

a camera with a camera on it. CES 2024 myFirst camera 50.  {Tech} for Travel. https://techfortravel.co.uk
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myFirst Camera 50

The myFirst Camera 50 is a little powerhouse of creativity packed into a kid-friendly design.

At its core is an 8MP rear camera, ensuring high-quality images that can bring any child’s vision to life. The front-facing 5MP camera is perfect for selfies, capturing those priceless expressions.

It’s not just about still photos; the Camera 50 also records video, letting young photographers experiment with different types of visual storytelling. With a substantial 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, there’s sufficient room to store their captured memories.

The camera operates on Android 8.1, offering a stable and user-friendly interface. Connectivity isn’t an issue either, thanks to its 2.4GHz WiFi capabilities, making it easy to upload photos and videos to a secure server. The 3.97-inch capacitive touch panel display offers intuitive navigation for smaller hands.

Inside is a 2,000mAh battery, which myFirst suggests will be good for a full day, and charging is courtesy of its USB Type-C port, so no extra cables are required in your case. Just use what you already have.

a person wearing a pink watch.  CES 2024 myFirst Fone R2.  {Tech} for Travel. https://techfortravel.co.uk
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The myFirst Fone R2 is priced at $199 a month with a $12 recurring charge for the eSIM activation, and the myFirst Camera 50 will be $99.

Visit myFirst for further information and to shop their entire range of kid-friendly tech.

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Tom Payne
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