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Toys

Lego Iron Man

by Alexander on December 15, 2007

Lego Iron Man

In celebration of the new Iron Man movie, a talented Lego artist named Arvo has made this sick looking Iron Man creation out of nothing more than Legos. That’s all there is to say about that, and no it won’t stop bullets.

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Interactive Star Wars Game

by Alexander on December 12, 2007

Interactive Star Wars Game

You can now move forward with your Jedi training safely without slicing through your TV with your lightsaber. The Interactive Star Wars Game reads your motion through your lightsaber and a “droid” that attaches to your TV set. Interact with Jedis such as Yoda, Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan and battle with Vader, Jango Fett, and the Emperor. $50.

Ford Focus RC Car

by Nicole on November 27, 2007

Ford Focus RC Car

Get something for this Holiday season that your loved one will enjoy. The Ford Focus WRC RC car features a rechargeable battery power pack with 2 headlights, 2 brake lights and 4 signal lights. It also has the digital proportional function that enables you to make better turns with high speed. Run over small objects in your house this year with the realistic Ford Focus RC car. Now available for $56

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USB Putt Returner

by Nicole on November 21, 2007

USB Putt Returner

Fantasize about being on the bright green golf course with this mini USB putt returner. Practice your putting skills by lining up your putt and take the shot. If you get it in, it will return it so you can do it again. The putting set comes with USB Putt Returner with flag, 2 of miniature putters and 6 miniature golf balls. You don’t have to worry about the weather on the course if you’re stuck indoors on a sucky gloomy Monday morning. $20


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USB R/C Mini Car w/Garage

by Nicole on November 17, 2007

USB R/C Mini Car w/Garage

Imagine a life where you go outside and there’s no traffic. Well with this super cool USB r/c mini car you can have those peaceful Sunday afternoon drives that you use to have. Just plug the garage into the USB port, load up the software, and wait ten minutes for the car to charge. After that, you’ll be on your way once you open the garage. Use the keyboard arrow keys to move about the post-it note pad, staple, and around your coffee mug. Having a little bit of congestion from the huge stapler? No problem just use the spacebar to honk your horn. $30 at ThinkGeek.

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