Robotix reveals the Taco Playbits tech toy

Taco_Playbits_RobotixFor many children, one of the most effective methods where they learn would be through play. After all, that is how it had been for generations, and it will continue to be in the years to come. The only thing that has changed would be the medium of play: technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, making it far easier for children to play in an interactive manner than ever before. Robotix has recently revealed the Taco Playbits tech toy, where it is touted to be the first of its kind in the world to lack a screen. Going screen-free does seem to be intellectual suicide in this day and age, so what makes the Taco Playbits special?

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The Fully Obedient Stormtrooper

fully-obedient-stormtrooperWhen it comes to the Star Wars franchise, one thing stands out for sure: the legion of its fanbase continues to grow at an unabated rate, and with Disney taking over the entire franchise, you can be sure that more money-spinning blockbusters are going to come your way, even though many of the older fans might see these new films to be nothing more than a way to milk more cash from moviegoers. Apart from the movies alone, merchandise plays a very important role in the Star Wars universe, with thousands upon thousands of products released throughout its history. If you think that you would like to own a $229.95 Fully Obedient Stormtrooper, then do check out what Hammacher has to offer.

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Sony Aibo First Litter Edition is the next generation robot dog

aiboRemember Sony’s Aibo when it was first introduced close to a couple of decades ago? Now that was certainly a novelty in terms of consumer electronics, and the world of toys has since evolved to such an extent that a robot dog is no longer any kind of wonder inducing moment upon its unveiling. Still, this has not stopped Sony from showing off their special First Litter Edition of its acclaimed Aibo autonomous robotic “puppy” companion in the US, not too far down the road after the reintroduction of Aibo in Japan recently.

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ThinkGeek delivers all new Mystery Box

thinkgeek-capsuleWhen it comes to offering a unique geeky experience with gadgets, you would not be able to go wrong with the folks over at ThinkGeek. After all, ThinkGeek has offered plenty of zany new devices from time to time, and all of them are of a high quality and standard. In fact, there is a need for more companies like ThinkGeek to keep us gadget lovers happy, and their latest release will certainly pique the sense of excitement and adventure in the form of the Mystery Box of Collectibles.

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The Zeus All-In-One Printer – who needs to buy toys when you can make them?

Zeus 3D Printer

We seem to have an unending want of stuff. We’ll try to be choosy and make it things that will actually be useful and applicable to our lives, but when was the last time you went an entire month without buying anything that wasn’t groceries? If you have the capital and know-how, you can avoid needing to buy any tangible bobble again, since you can make it yourself.

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The Fidget Hand Spinner keeps busy minds occupied

Fidget Spinner

When you’re sitting during a lecture where the professor is going off on a tangent or are stuck in a meeting where your boss loves to hear themselves talk, your mind wanders. It’s hard not to be restless and start tapping your feet, fingers, and playing with whatever is nearby. You don’t want to be rude, but you also don’t want to be bored, and have to find a common space in between the two so you don’t go insane.

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The Rollplay Turnado is what your weekend needs

Rollplay Turnado

Another Friday has come to pass, and looking back on the week, it’s difficult to say what made it that much better from any other Friday that’s happened over the last month or two. It’s only natural to fall into a rut of ritual and routine, but that doesn’t mean you’re going to be stuck there forever. Just like you might be tempted to buy a sports car for a mid-life crisis, we buy gadgets and toys to break the monotony of life.

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The STIGA SensorScore Table Tennis System sets the record straight

STIGA

For those that get competitive, it is imperative that everyone knows what the current score is. It pushes you to focus more if you’re behind, and gives you adrenaline when you’re doing well. The same is true across the board for any type of point-based game whether it’s football or table tennis. If you’ve ever played the latter, then you know how easy it is to lose track of the score.

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Newgy Robo Pong 2050 Table Tennis Robot – Practice makes perfect

Robo pong

Different things appeal to different people. You might like football while your friend loves ultimate Frisbee and keeps trying to get you to play every Thursday even though you have no interest whatsoever. If that exceedingly specific example doesn’t cover your situation, but you are a table tennis enthusiast, then you likely wish you could practice more, but hate relying on having a human practice partner who might be flaky or not available when you want to play at odd hours.

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AirJamz – the thrill of playing music without actually playing

air-jamz

You can pick up a new skill at any stage in your life with enough determination. Whether that’s painting, ice skating, or playing guitar, there’s no such thing as too old or too young to start learning. Of course, if you just want the fun of jamming out with friends without actually knowing how to play an instrument, that’s where air guitar, piano, and lip syncing come into play.

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