By Evan Ackerman
I don’t have kids, but if I did, I would have to buy one of these Origami power folding strollers. Not because it operates at the push of a button. Not because it’s made of 90% recycled materials. Not because of the integrated cup holders and daytime running lights (!). Not even because of the power system that completely recharges after only 300 feet of strolling. No, I would buy it because I could tell my kids to behave, or the stroller will eat them. EAT THEM. I’ll just keep quiet about the built-in safety mechanism designed to prevent just such an occurrence.
The Origami power folding stroller launches in February of next year for about $650.