Toy Fair 2013: Day 1 Wrap-Up

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Toy Fair 2013 is in full swing, and we've been trekking through the show floor in search of the coolest, most innovative and most advanced tech toys soon to be hitting shelves. Many products this year incorporate fun ways for kids to get into robotics, and kid-friendly tablets continue to be a major trend. Check out our top four stories of the day, and make sure to click the story links for hands-on video.

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  • Randall Says:

    I thought the original lego mindstorms was amazing. This new one is better. The designs they showed are great. I can only imagine what people will come up with the new motors and sensors. I like the ability to program the brick directly but I think programming it via a computer is the way to go. The ability to control it using mobile devices is a nice addition as mobile devices are all the rage at the moment. At $375, this thing is expensive, but it brings out the geek in me. Dear Santa: I want.

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