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Gift Tip 51: Star Wars Force Trainer Brainwave Toy

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Gift Tip 51: Star Wars Force Trainer Brainwave Toy

The Star Wars Force Trainer is a brainwave toy that will enthrall children in a distinct way. This advanced toy belongs to the recently unveiled line of Star Wars Science toys brought to you by Uncle Milton, a renowned toy company focusing on educational toys. This toy, introduced at the Toy Fair 2009, employs a wireless headset that can read the brainwaves you produce. Your brainwaves are used to control a fan inside the base of the Force Trainer.

The air stream produced by the fan pushes a ball up or down in the column of the Star Wars Force Trainer. The extent up to which you can raise or lower the ball depends upon your concentration levels. The wireless headset has the ability to measure alpha and beta waves using the electroencephalography (EEG) technology. Alpha and Beta waves correspond to the brain’s electrical activity between 7.5 and 30Hz. The Force Trainer considers theses two extremes, i.e., 7.5 and 30Hz as relaxed and concentrated levels respectively.

The Star Wars Force Trainer is recommended for children 8 or older. This toy offers you 15 levels of Force training, which is characterized by an intense test of your ability to control your mind. Yoda, your Jedi Master, will give you the support you need to attain your target in the form of training tips. Sound effects produced at each moment of accomplishment will serve as encouragement. The Jedi Master status is the ultimate accomplishment with the Force Trainer.

The wireless headset in the Star Wars Force Trainer is adjustable and a comprehensive learning guide comes with this brainwave toy. You will need 6 AA and 3 AAA batteries to operate the Force Trainer. The base of this toy can also be operated using an AC adapter. Its dimensions are 16.1" x 14.2" x 6.2".

Most people have not harnessed the amazing power of their minds. The Star Wars Force Trainer could lead to lots of people realizing the power that lies within them. This is one toy that may prove to be equally popular among the kids and adults. This toy is all about attaining a calm state of mind and for this reason parents could endorse it. However, there is a possibility that children may start using their powers of the Force in a harmful manner. So, parents should be on guard to guide their children in the right direction.

Great Gift For
The Star Wars Force Trainer can be a great gift for children and adults alike as the challenge is how much one can control his or her mind.

Price and Where to Buy
The Star Wars Force Trainer is on sale for $63.42 (List: $129.99) on Amazon.com .

This gift tip is part of the I4U News Top 100 Holiday Gift Guide . Find many more tech gift recommendations across 10 categories and shopping tips here .

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.

 

 

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