Hong Kong held an annual Toys and Games Fair, the largest event of its kind in Asia, and second biggest in the world. CCTV’s Cathy Yang reported this story from Hong Kong.
Hong Kong toys and games shows off the latest in funHong Kong held an annual Toys and Games Fair, the largest event of its kind in Asia, and second biggest in the world. CCTV's Cathy Yang reported this story from Hong Kong.
On display were the latest products including a remote-controlled personal drone by Windrider, with a price tag of $3,000.
Other hot new toys included a plush toy named Didi, that can be fitted onto an iPad or tablet, and can be fed, cleaned, and loved for only $75 from Roam & Wander.
Other smart toys included gadgets that offered augmented reality, also known as “AR” that can help children one the alphabet by bringing tangible objects to life, or allowing anyone to virtually draw on actual pieces of art.
Another popular toy was a $116 mini Optimus Prime by Herocross, made up of more than 160 parts and is as flexible as a Barbie doll. The company dubs it a “Deformer”.