US parents can now track their kids with $79.99 LG GizmoPal
Bordered your kid might stroll beyond your control? LG has got you covered. With it’s KizON brand earlier launched in South Korea for parents who want to keep tabs on their wards, the LG G3 producer has landed in the United States in partnership with Verizon to keep your wards from straying into danger like bullies, kidnappers and even imaginary monsters.
What the LG KizON (known as LG GizmoPal in the US) does is to help you know where your child is. With the aid of a GPS antenna in the device, your child’s location will pop out on your smartphone each time you bother to know. The device also has an emergency button which your child can press when faced with danger.
President of LG Electronics Dr. Jong-seok Park explained that the product “was developed in response to customers’ opinions that technology should be used to improve the lives of all consumers. It occurred to us that children had the most to gain because they’re the most vulnerable.”
Well, the product is cool but doesn’t come free. On VerizonWireless.com, you have to part with your 80 bucks per unit of the LG GizmoPal you buy. However, since your child’s safety is important, a $79.99 one-time payment can go a long way to save you from suspense.
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