Furby is back! Video
Furby is back! Video Transcript
I am Scott Stein and I'm here with my friend Fergie. How hard to believe that it's been fourteen years since the original verdict came out making it even retro -- 1998. For payments solution now it's 2012. And Hasbro is releasing the still very -- -- And very needy for -- -- an in new form. A little more bottom sides and more sensors. And eyes that are lit up LCD screens and -- sort of mild -- -- -- electronic ones out there before. Magic it's it's an observed couples apart as the -- -- -- -- and there's no off switch on the for me out which was always a positive and negative depending on who used it it's definitely -- it to take care -- -- it seems like you're taking era. It speaks gibberish at first in this Kurdish language that -- be translated. And will eventually speak English for their -- There are out of a bunch of different personalities. And sometimes you wonder whether it's not making you taught here making it -- there -- a built in microphone. And in addition yes there is an IOS -- of course there'll be an iPhone iPad app that will translate automatically what. -- that's being said and enable you to speak to refurbish. But you're able to make -- right foods and feed them -- for. For its coming up this phone costing around sixty dollars. -- -- the very first -- that we seem. I've been surprisingly -- -- very noisy toys. Now here's some advice put -- dark to roar. If you wanted to be -- sleep for awhile but it will make you feel guilty. Scott Stein and that's a look at the next for. From -- --
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