Hasbro's getting your kids to code with princess robots and puppies
And that's it.
You just might be getting your kid a coding toy next holiday, whether you realize it or not.
Hasbro's working coding concepts into a few app connected stem programing toys, coming later this year.
Disney's Belle from Beauty and the Beast is one of them.
She's a programmable robot doll with moves that connect via tablet or phone.
Belle can work with a connect-the-dot dancing game for younger kids who don't know how to program, or you can just have her dance if you're not feeling like programming today Dance Code Belle is arriving this holiday for $120.
And ignore that wire coming from her, the final version is wireless.
Across the isle at Toy Fair 2017, was Furreal Maker's Proto Max.
A Belgium robot dog that looks like a Furby and a Spyro rolled into a puppy body.
It has over 100 eye animations and pretty complex controls.
It's also pretty cute but unlike other Fur Real toys, it's hairless.
It's coming this October also for $120.
Follow all the rest of the toy fair coverage here in New York City on CNET.com.
Raise your arms and twirl.
Now, won't you try to dance together.
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