Inspector Gadget would be so proud. Check out the techiest toys, video games and kids' tablets.
The most talked about toy of the season, the Leappad is like a starter iPad for your kids. (And one you don't have to worry about them breaking nearly as easily!) It plays downloadable apps and cartridge games (the same ones that work with Leapster Explorer) to teach kids readin', writin', 'rithmetic and everything else under the sun. It also comes with a built-in camera and video recorder.
Usually when you see your kid take a crayon to your iPad, you're screaming, "Noooooooo!!" But this crayon stylus is totally safe. Chunkier than a standard stylus, it's easier for little kids to grip, which means they can "color" away with ease.
No more photos of partial people! Hooray! The lens on this camera swivels 180 degrees, so your budding lens pro can see what he's shooting and easily center, aim and shoot both photos and videos. It's got big buttons for little fingers and comes with software that lets them play with distortion, stamps and special effects. Let the creative juices flow!
Imagine your old View Master hopped up on as much sugar as your kids ingested hourly on Halloween. That's what the MY3D viewer is like. Plug it into your iPhone or iPod Touch, download one of the MY3D apps and immerse yourself in 3D movies, experiences and games. It's got a 360 degree view, so you can look up, down and all around. Pretty cool.
What's better than a Nintendo DS? One with 3D technology. Even better than that? You don't need any special glasses to play it. This sleek portable game console has sharp picture quality, two screens and a cool motion and gyro sensor that reacts to movement and tilt.
With an LCD color screen, working mouse and 80 educational (and fun!) activities, this is one of the best learning computers we've seen. Kids can brush up on letters, vocabulary, numbers and more.
These spy glasses are something straight out of a James Bond movie. They can stealthily record up to 20 minutes of video and over 2,000 photos. A word of advice: Make sure you lock the bathroom door from now on ...
Trying to print a picture from your iPhone or iPad is the opposite of easy. You've got to sync it with your computer, plug in the printer, blah, blah, blah. This little printer (only the size of a tissue box) prints directly from your mobile device. Just dock it and print. We call it iFab!
Snap your iPhone or iPod Touch on to the AppBlaster gun and virtually shoot up aliens and save the world in your living room or supermarket! The AppBlaster sets up targets all over your virtual/real room and make them look like they are standing right there in the flesh! Seven different apps available for purchase including Alien Attack, Marine Sharpshooter, Tin Can Alley and PULL! Clay Pigeon Shooting.