In July, Fisher-Price is coming out with its special toddler-friendly iPhone case, the Laugh and Learn iCan Play ($14.99). It comes with three games (Where's Puppy's Nose, Let's Count Animals!, and Animal Sounds) that respond to tilts and shakes, which should keep your kid occupied for hours--or until you get an important call.
Mattel's Fijit Friends was one of the hot new toys at the show. Geared toward 'tween girls, Fijit Friends is an interactive robotic toy that talks, dances, and laughs (or shall we say, giggles). Here you're seeing the presenter dance a little jig with her Friends, which are made out of a soft, pliable material.
They're due out this fall for $49.99 along with a Fijit Friends iPad app.
Two generations of Uncle Milton ant farms, side by side: the one on the left is your good, old-fashioned farm from times gone by. Ant Farm Revolution is cylindrical, uses neon-colored gel, and has a top lens that projects ant shadows on the ceiling.
We've always wanted a driver's-eye view from a Hot Wheels car, haven't you? Later this year you'll be able to get a Hot Wheels Video Racer that has an embedded camera that captures video that you can later view on your computer or TV. You get 12 minutes of built-in memory, as well as a built-in LCD screen on the Video Racer's chassis. A USB cable is included for transferring your videos to your PC.
The Video Racer is due out this fall for $59.99 a car.
The Little Mommy My Very Real Baby Doll features interactive light and motion technology that Mattel says brings "nurturing" to the next level. The doll asks for juice and responds to objects, like a Teddy bear, when you place them in her hands. And when you "feed" her a juice pop, her mouth turns green.
This very real doll is due to hit stores this fall for $74.99.