Here, Put This In Your Children’s Section

Kids are hard on stuff, any children’s librarian knows that. You can stick a child in a room with an anvil and a rubber mallet and they’ll still manage to break the anvil. So god knows you don’t want to leave them alone with your computers.

Thankfully, Little Tikes has put together a solution. Step one, get a computer and a monitor.

Step two, encase them in plastic. After all, kids don’t know how to break plastic.

While the computer under the hood isn’t much to speak of, it’s not like the little ones will be running deathmatch Counter Strike on these things. For kids’ games and perhaps some internet browsing, the computer should work fine.

Seriously though, you want to put the computer in something the kids can’t break, I recommend building everything out of half inch thick steel. Even then, don’t give them a rubber mallet.

2 comments

  1. Nothing protects from cherry soda. If you spill a cherry soda around a computer, it will climb walls to get inside the CPU! 🙂

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