Shopping for kids used to be so easy. You could buy them a tool set or dolls, but now its all about wireless, digital, and surround sound. Most parents don't want to break the bank to get their kids the latest technology; so now many companies are making mini versions of the newest gadgets.
Sean Biffett, Best Buy Manager says, "Its gonna do the same thing as a PlayStation, you can watch movies, import pictures, listen to music. Its just not as fancy or expensive..."
Some other new devices are small replicas of I–pods, digital cameras, and cell phones. These all come at about half the price of the originals...
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