It's a blast from the past this holiday seasons.
The $80 Nintendo Super NES classic edition is bringing back the 90s with a mini version of its 16 bit console.
It includes 2 controllers and 20 throw back games like Super Mario Kart, the Legend of Zelda, and Donkey Kong.
Those addictive little digital pocket pets are back.
Tamgochi's have returned with a fifteen dollar mini version.
Feed and clean up after your virtual pet and watch as they develop a personality.
Another classic toy is getting teched out [SOUND] for the holidays.
The $160 Lego Boost is a robot and coding kit designed for kids seven and up.
Kids can build five different models including a robot and a guitar and then program their creation.
Give kids a glimpse into the future with a $15 Merge Cube.
Using augmented reality gaming and science apps it's like holding a hologram in your hands.
Turn screen time into snap time with the $30 pixel play case that turns your phone into a fun kids camera.
Just pop it into the case, open the camera, and click away.
The moonlight projector uses your phone to project classic kids stories while you read.
The $25 starter pack included good night moon and additional books are $8.
For more tech gift ideas, visit the CNET buyers guid at cnet.com.
Lexi [UNKNOWN] cnet.com for CBS News.
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