Low tech kids, ours just turned 5. Going to do it as much as we can. He seems destined for at least private K since I doubt we move in time to get him situated at the public K we want him in and one of the ones we're looking at is where Steve Jobs sent his kids. He's notorious for having low tech kids, no ipads or nothing. Seems to me if the grand father of new computer tech saw it fit to keep it away from his kids perhaps there's something to it. Dont think he'll go there, seems one of those places where you have to invest in the full K-8 experience and we just need a K but it's piqued our interest at the right time.
His grand parents got him a laptop for xmas and he was all stoked for it but after using it once he is very meh on it. Thing is it's basically just an Android 4.0 phone in a tablet that's built into a laptop like body, so it's pretty crappy. I was going to get it returned for something more real but then it dawned on me, let him lose interest in the computer and be more focused on being a kid, so we will probably keep it as a boring present.
So who is is purposefully slow to have their kids adopt tech and what's the experience been, most curious to their interactions with their friends and FOMO.