"Check out the best techy, geeky toys of 2017"
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Check out the best techy, geeky toys of 2017
Everyone knows that toys are supposed to be for kids, sure, but many of us never really grow out of them.
Look out for these cool gadgets and geeky must have's for 2017.
Model car maker Welly has created a triple treat for Back to the Future fans.
Containing all three intricately detailed movie versions of the DeLorean time machine.
This set is simply beautiful.
3Doodler's new kids version is a great way of turning your freehand illustrations into 3D models.
The child friendly start works without heat and it's completely wireless.
Each that comes with a variety of colors to help you create anything from small figures to huge buildings.
Blades, toys, remote controlled inflatable Star Wars characters roll in a two feet tall and BB-8 is usually the cutest.
Using the coll branded remote, you can whisk your droid down the whole way or making it chap adorably.
Just don't let it near Darth Maul's spiky head.
A skateboard that moves itself.
The Razor X Cruiser is fitted with an electric motor to help you glide along.
Simply stand on the board, push the stick on the wireless handheld controller, and you're away.
Performing tricks might be an expensive risk.
So I wouldn't recommend taking this one to the skate park.
This third generation Micro Drone 3 is acquit with a Gimbal Stabilizer HD camera, it can be flown using the included headset, which gives you a first personal view of what the drone is seeing.
There's a lightweight racing version, too, if speed is more your thing.
And lastly, these story books from models spring to life using augmented reality built into the free app.
Wow your kids at bedtime by scanning the pages of the books, or masks with your tablet and watch the animations unfold.
You can even interact with the characters themselves.
Bedtime stories will never be the same again.
Sweet dreams kiddy winks.
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