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Jakks Improves EyeClops Night Vision Goggles

Posted in Toys by Shane McGlaun on August 28th, 2009

eyeclopsgogglesKid’s gadgets are getting more and more interesting each holiday season. I know school just started back for most of the country, but manufacturers are already gearing up for holiday sales with the full shopping season only a few months away.

Jakks Pacific has some of the coolest gadgets for kids around. The company offers the EyeClops Mini Projector that connects to a TV to project games and other images on the wall or ceiling. The coolest gadget is the EyeClops Night Vision Goggles.

EyeClops Mini Projector details announced

Posted in Jakks Pacific by Shane McGlaun on February 23rd, 2009

EyeClops Mini ProjectorWe talked a bit about the EyeClops Mini Projector earlier this month. You may recognize the EyeClops name as a line of high-tech toys for older kids that includes a cool set of night vision goggles and a microscope.

When we first spoke of the projector, the pricing was stated at under $100. Today Jakks Pacific announced the official pricing of the projector of $99.99, a whole penny under $100. Jakks is still not giving us a specific launch date for the projector.

EyeClops mini projector for kids

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2009

EyeClops mini projector for kidsKids have it good today. I don’t think we had any cool projectors when I was a kid. This one is from toymaker Jakks Pacific and looks pretty neat. It’s expected to be at next week’s Toy Fair in New York.

There aren’t any full specs available yet, but we know that it will project a 70-inch image via LED, and it can be hooked up to the other gadgets your kid owns, like DVD players, cameras, and game consoles. What’s interesting is the price. The device is expected to sell for under $100, which is much cheaper than the adult versions we enjoy.

EyeClops gives your kid night vision

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

EyeClops gives your kid night vision
Kids today have much cooler toys then we had when I was growing up. Take the EyeClops for example. It basically gives your kid some for real high-tech spy cred. Even kids can be James Bond these days, with some amazing gear.

This isn’t just your typical crappy flashlight attached to a helmet, not at all. It uses an infrared imager and LCD monocle which will let you spy on others in even the darkest of settings. You can even get an EyeClops BioniCam if you want to take pictures, which is the same thing, but with a digital camera. Both retail for $80 when they hit stores this fall. Just make sure your kid doesn’t catch you doing anything you don’t want seen. Blackmail sucks.