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WowWee Spyball

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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WowWee Spyball

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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WowWee Cinemin projector

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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WowWee Cinemin projector

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 Alive Cubs, Husky

WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.

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WowWee Alive Cubs, Koala

WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.

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WowWee Alive Cubs, Leopard

WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.

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WowWee Alive Cubs, Seal

WowWee's Alive Cubs are a series of animatronic-enhanced plush toys that mimic the behaviors of baby animals.

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WowWee FlyTech Lightstar

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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WowWee Joebot

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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WowWee Roborover

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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