Jakks EyeClops BioniCam

Posted: Jan 11 2008, 1:46am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:39am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Jakks EyeClops BioniCam
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Jakks Pacific debuts a new version of their top-selling toy Bionic Eye of the 2007 holiday shopping season. The new version of the Bionic Eye is called BioniCam and has an integrated LCD screen.

The new Bioni Cam has three improvements over the first Bionic Eye . First, with a simple flip of a switch, kids can adjust the new multi-zoom lens for an 100x, 200x or 400x magnification.
With BioniCam's new integrated color LCD screen and clip-on battery pack kids can explore the world on the go. Wait until the teams of CSI get one of those for crime scene investigation.
A built-in camera and flash memory empowers kids to capture images and video of specimens and USB to upload to a computer to be printed, emailed, posted and shared.
The EyeClops BioniCam can still also be plugged into the A/V jacks of any standard television to scare mommy with a close-up of a spider.

The new EyeClops BioniCam is scheduled to hit the market in time for the 2008 holiday shopping season. Pencil it down in your little black book as a great idea for a gift for your kid next Christmas.
Via the Eye Clops site. The currently available already cool Bionic Eye sells for $38.73 on Amazon.com.

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