ToyQuest's Touch Table EES is the perfect TV set for your kids. The "table" is actually a swiveling TV with touch capabilities and edutainment software. Games include bowling and trivia, kids can draw on the screen or organize photographs, and there's even a video encyclopedia and Google Earth-style globe that kids can spin around and explore the world.
Besides the 21-inch touchscreen, the table features a DVD player, speakers, and AV, USB and SD inputs. The whole display can be rotated to any desired angle. There's even a built-in dock for the Wii game console if you have one. In order to keep it kid-safe, the table does not connect to the internet, which I think is a mistake. They should allow password-protected connectivity for richer features and flexible updates.
Watch the video above for a demo.
Also, check out another edutainment system, the Crammer Study & Sound system:
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Touch Table EES
- By: AymanFeb 28, 2008