Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Announces Best High-Tech Toys for 2010 on toyportfolio.com Independent consumer organization rates and reviews the Best High-Tech Toys for 2010 on their website www.toyportfolio.com.
NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The independent consumer organization, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, announces their list of the Best High-Tech Toys for 2010 on their website www.toyportfolio.com.
"The good news for consumers is that the cost of technology is coming down," notes co-founder Joanne Oppenheim. "Toy makers know they need to be competitive this season so we've seen the prices really coming down for the holidays. One of the emerging trends is video camera equipment for every age group. Our list includes everything from a Barbie with a camera to an RC Helicopter that can capture images while it flies. Creepy bugs of all kinds also made their way to our high tech list this year."
According to the Oppenheims, the most innovative toy of the year is Kinect from Microsoft. Co-founder Stephanie Oppenheim tells parents: "Say goodbye to all of those hand-held controllers; they will soon go the way of the 8 track player. Now your body is the controller!"
toyportfolio.com's Best High Tech Toys 2010:
Crayola Story Studio (Crayola)
Scrabble Flash (Hasbro)
Leapster Explorer (LeapFrog)
Kid Tough Video Camera (Fisher-Price)
Barbie Video Girl (Mattel)
Spy Net Secret Mission Video Watch (Jakks Pacific)
Air Hogs Hawk Eye RC Video Camera Helicopter (Spin Master)
General Grievous Spinning Electronic Lightsaber (Hasbro)
Hexbug Nano Battle Bridge (Innovation First)
Web Runner RC Spider (Fantasma)
Natural History Museum RC Tarantula (Wild Creations)
Animal Planet Animotion Rattle Snake (Animal Planet)
Hot Wheels Stealth Rides (Mattel)
Disney Tron Legacy Zero Gravity RC (Spin Master)
Stephanie Oppenheim will appear on NBC's TODAY Show on November 16th to share some of the organization's best high-tech picks.
About Oppenheim Toy Portfolio:
Founded in 1989 by child development and toy experts, Joanne Oppenheim and her daughter Stephanie Oppenheim, as the leading independent guide to children's media. The organization does not accept entry fees for reviewing products. All award winners are reviewed by the Oppenheims for age-appropriateness and fun. Products are further tested by their network of kid testers all over the country. The Oppenheims are contributors to NBC's TODAY Show. To arrange an interview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SOURCE Oppenheim Toy Portfolio