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An MP3 player for babies?
An MP3 player for babies?
That's right. Hasbro's Playskool division this fall will introduce the "Made for Me" infant toy line of fun characters. Each character is compatible with an MP3 player designed for the collection. This way parents can personalize playtime and bedtime music.

The MP3 player comes preloaded with 50 songs but parents can also upload music from the InternetThe collection includes a digital music player (suggested retail price of $79.99), a Day To Dream Soother ($34.99) and a 2-in-1 Infant Gym ($39.99.) All products are expected to launch in the fall.

Chat Diva



T.M.X. Friends


Smart Cycle

Made for Me


Net Jet

Video journal

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