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Christmas Gift Guide

WowWee Spyball

WowWee Spyball

WowWee Cinemin projector

WowWee Cinemin projector

WowWee Alive Cubs, Husky

WowWee Alive Cubs, Koala

WowWee Alive Cubs, Leopard

WowWee Alive Cubs, Seal

WowWee FlyTech Lightstar

WowWee Joebot

WowWee Roborover

The Spyball spy-cam is a remote-controlled, Wi-Fi enabled, transforming robotic ball that puts a fun spin on the otherwise dry world of telepresence gear.
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The Spyball spy-cam can transform from ball to camera and back again, capturing video and still images, and is equipped with wheels for fast mobility and 360-degree turns.
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The Cinemin suite of ultra-portable multimedia micro projectors, powered by Texas Instruments' DLP Technology, have been designed to work with popular mobile devices, such as the Apple iPod and iPhone.
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The Cinemin line includes the Cinemin Swivel pico projector (shown here), a lightweight micro projector that is roughly the size of a candy bar, with a 3-hour battery and a unique adjustable 90-degree hinge for ceiling projection.
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WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.
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WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.
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WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.
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WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.
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Made from flexible, lightweight materials, the crash resistant FlyTech Lightstar flyer comes with an easy-to-use remote that controls the flyer's altitude.
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The Joebot robot is a content-packed, walking, talking robot. Featuring voice-command control, the Joebot robot is capable of responding to key phrases via sound sensors; he can also be controlled by his hands or by the Robosapien robot's remote controller.
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The Roborover robot is a talking, tread-based, robot that grows to become more confident as users navigate and play with him. The Roborover robot is operated via remote-control and features movable arms, head, and waist.
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The Cinemin line also includes the Cinemin Stick pico projector (left), a compact micro projector with internal memory and an expandable SD card memory slot that puts your videos and photos on display.
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