Alan at BIYF went to CES, and all he got was a--well, actually, it's a pretty bleak post about kid-related electronics gear. Sure, there's a TV lockbox [see how long that works], but despite gains in the furniture, toys, and clothes fronts, the modern design-minded parent is facing new fronts in the battle against mega-licensed-character-driven schlock. Computer mice, eh. It's the cartoon plastic-wrapped LCD TV's for the nursery [?] that scare me.
According to that recent Kaiser study, 26% of children under two have TV's in their rooms. To me, that's about 25% too many; meanwhile, to flatscreen manufacturers, that's a 74% market growth opportunity.