VTech has announced a new learning game system for kids called the V-Motion Active Learning System. VTech says the system will be its hottest toy for the coming holiday season. The system can be purchased now at many retailers and is motion activated.
The goal of the system according to VTech is to engage kids in mind and body. The system is for kids 3-7, plugs directly into the TV for a high techgaming experience, and offers motion-activated, wireless controls that work for right and left-handed kids. The system retails for $69.99 and cartridges with different games will retail for $24.99 each.
"V-Motion is a key item on my must-have holiday gift list this year because it is interactive and fun for younger kids. It provides the age-appropriate, educational learning qualities and price-value that parents look for when purchasing toys for their children," said Reyne Rice, Toy Trends Specialist. "I anticipate that V-Motion will be difficult to find as December gets closer, so I am advising gift-givers to shop now and tuck this gaming system away for holiday gifts."
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