Hot Sale: Rubik's TouchCube Only $49.99 On Best Buy Online

Posted: Dec 16 2009, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:19pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2018


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The Rubik's Cube of 2009 is touch sensitive. The new Rubik's TouchCube appeared earlier this year at the Toy Fair 2009. Gadget shop Hammacher Schlemmer started selling the Touchscreen Rubik's Cube for $149.95 in October.
Retailers have been selling the TouchCube for around $100. Until now. Best Buy is offering the Rubik's TouchCube for only $49.99 online.

At this price the Rubik's TouchCube is a very cool stocking stuffer.

About the Rubik's TouchCube:
Instead of turning each face of the cube to line up colors, you only lightly swipe a section of lights with a finger in the same manner as the original. Touch sensors on all sides detect your finger and a motion detecting accelerometer determines which face is active.
The colors on the touchscreen Rubik's cube change according to the direction of your finger's swipe.

Its built-in memory saves your puzzle so you can pick up where you left off. It can offer hints, or if you are truly exasperated, it can solve itself.
Buy the Rubik's TouchCube now on Best Buy.

Find more Holiday Sales Tips. If you need hot holiday tech gift tips visit our Holiday Gift Guide 2009.

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