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Disney unveils new streaming box for children

Disney has revealed a new digital platform with the ability to stream a variety of TV and movie content as well as play certain Android games and music.

The box, developed by Snakebyte, arrives pre-loaded with movies, shows and games and was unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in the US.

The full content line-up for The Disney Kids TV streaming box has not yet been announced, but it does arrive with a $99 price tag.

As first reported by TomsGuide, the box ‘allows parents to set children up with a media streamer that caters to their tastes.’

The Disney Kids TV box is slated to go on sale in 2017.

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