The Cute IDog Puppies Are One Of The Hottest Gifts This Holiday Season

Posted: Dec 6 2005, 4:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:52pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

The Cute iDog Puppies are One of the Hottest Gifts This Holiday Season
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The white iDog from Hasbro sold in the United States is since about a week not in stock anymore on the major online Retailers and Wal-mart.

Besides the Xbox 360, the iPod nano, the Hasbro/Sega iDog/i-Dog has joined the league of hottest gifts for this holiday season.
The prices have gone up for the iDog. The cheap deals on ($24.99) and Wal-Mart ($24.72) are not available anymore.
Some stores sell it still for $34.95. But for that price you actually can consider to order a pink iDog from Asia, which are not available in the US. Actually prices for those have gone up too. They pink iDog is now selling for $39 on AudioCubes. The blue iDog is sold out.It is also worth checking eBay for the iDog. There are currently several listed under $30.

Some may find the black iDog an interesting choice. This one will start shipping unfortunately after Christmas on January 1st 2006 from ($24.99).

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