Powacable - An innovative product launched to help parents control how long their kids are playing video games

By: Powacable
CAMBRIDGE, U.K. - Jan. 17, 2020 - PRLog -- In the face of growing concern over the effects of computer game console usage by children and teenagers, a long-awaited new parental aid for controlling their use is available right now.

Addiction experts have identified that playing online games can become as addictive as using drugs. The pleasure derived from both is a direct result of reward centres in the brain being activated, but in gaming, the rewards are more tangible and frequent. The adrenaline rush continues afresh because the player can continually progress to more challenging levels and different games indefinitely*.

But how do you control the amount of time your children spend gaming, simple with the Powacable, this is an innovative product that will replace the mains power cable for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox one games consoles which can then be controlled by the parent using a simple mobile phone app.  Among a range of features are the flexible settings allow for permitted game time to be scheduled to set periods only or to determine a maximum amount of time per day. The internal microchip monitors when the games console is in use or on standby and allows the parent to check back to see when and for how long the child has been playing. When the time runs out, the power to the console simply cuts off. Removing the POWAcable sends a warning to the parent's app, so there are no cheats on this level!

Designed, manufactured and assembled in the UK, it carries all the necessary CE electrical safety certificates and accreditations to comply with both European and UK Safety Standards.

More info at www.powacable.com
or email Evanthia on  evanthia@powacable.com

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