-If you're planning to hit the high-tech aisle of the toy store this holiday season, here's a little guidance.
Ever fashion-forward, Barbie is literally shining bright this season.
The $50 Barbie Digital Dress Doll features a touch panel with more than 100 multicolor LEDs.
Press Barbie's necklace to watch preset animations or use a stylist to create your own designs.
-And I'm taking this away.
-For kids who love getting all dolled
up, the $70 Barbie Digital Makeover lets them experiment with makeup virtually, though you will need your own iPad.
Download the app, then slip the tablet into the frame.
The software uses the forward-facing camera to track faces and lets kids apply eye shadow, blush, masks, and more.
For some high-flying fun, try Flutterbye Fairies or Air Hogs Atmospheres.
These toys which each run about $28 seem to float magically, but the secret
is actually a built-in infrared sensor that detects your hand so you can guide it without a remote control.
For the mini-globe trotter on your shopping list, consider a subscription to Little Passports, an online adventure game.
Each month, the package arrives in the mail that teaches kids about a different state or country.
A three-month subscription runs $42.
Even bedtime has gone high tech with these $30 Smart PJs.
Parents download the apps, snap a picture with their phone of a set of dots and you'll see stories or animal
fun facts that kids can read and share.
And to add some tech cred to your dance party, there's the Tosy DiscoRobo which runs about $40.
Pump up the jam and watch this bot boogie to the beat.
How could you not love this face?
In San Francisco, I'm Sumi Das, CNET for CBS News.