Thursday, 25 June 2009

Sega Toys release listening flowers

Last year Sega Toys released Pekoppa, a plant that "listened" to whatever the speaker said and reacted by moving up and down. Now they have released an updated version called Hanappa ("hana" meaning "flower" or "petal"), which features more designs and actions.

The battery-powered plant is available in African Daisy, Sunflower and Marguerite varieties. New movements include flapping leaves and "acting surprised". How can a plant look surprised?

If you want one of these highly useless toys, you can import them for around £20 after July 4th. I think I'll pass.

[Source: CrunchGear]

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