Hopefully everybody is home, enjoying their Quincy right out of the box. But in any case that you have troubleshooting issues, press the link below and watch the help videos on setting up Quincy. This will guarantee the best performance from Quincy. Enjoy!
The Glowstriker has foam balls that hover in the air over the battery-powered base. Players can use the blaster to knock the targets out of the air with foam darts. The balls and darts glow in the dark.
Or if you’d prefer another layer of holiday chaos, dear junior can shoot HD video of this year’s ham-fest on Odyssey Toys’ Pocket Drone ($89), a fold-up, four-rotor raptor that will fly (or spy) indoors or out. All that and a 4GB microSD card for under a hundred bucks.
Today’s children are digital natives who view drones as normal as their parents did paper airplanes. I have tried out several drones; various offerings seem to have different strengths and weaknesses. One particularly convenient offering is the Pocket Drone from Odyssey Toys – it is small enough to literally fit into a jacket pocket, relatively inexpensive (it sells for a little over $90 on Amazon), and has a built in high-definition camera and advanced controls including auto-hover, so if you are traveling for the holidays or going on a vacation and want to bring a drone for your children (or for you) to use while away, this one seems like a good choice. Continue reading “3 Cool New Tech-Toys That Can Make Your Children Smarter- Inc.com”→
Winter is coming – well, at least for the toy industry, which is constantly looking forward to Q4 – and toy manufacturers are always competing to provide the best products at the best price. Continue reading “Game of Drones”→