If you live in Washington, DC, and are a fan of Uber's family-focused option, you don't have to hand your phone over to the little ones to keep them busy during the ride. The transportation company is partnering with Fuhu to equip Uber Family commuters in the nation's capital with the nabi 2 kids tablet. Using the age-appropriate slate, children can access "console-quality" games and entertainment that lends a hand "developing fine motor skills and encouraging independent play." If you'll recall, the service also allows you to request a car seat, so even the smallest of children can ride safely. Unfortunately, there's no word on when (or if) the nabi 2 will be available in Uber's other locales.
Uber Family offers kids-friendly tablets in Washington, DC
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