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Hottest toys of 2010

Nerf Stampede, Paper Jamz & Sing-a-ma-jigs are among 16 of the must-have toys for the holidays. But what is the 'it' toy of the year?

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Air Hogs MotoFrenzy
Suggested retail price: $24.99
Maker: Spin Master
Age group: 8 and up
Air Hogs MotoFrenzy speaks to this year's miniature toy trend. Toymaker Spin Master claims it is the world's smallest remote-control motorbike. Measuring 3-1/4 inches in length and 2-1/4 inches in height, the bike comes with an action figure.

"It can ride any terrain, and do jumps," said Harold Chizick, vice president with Spin Master. "But the coolest innovation is the technology in it that allows the bike to do sharp turns without losing its balance."

Tiny remote-control motorbike

"The 'wow' factor with this toy is that you can't believe it balances so many cool things at such a good price," said Chris Byrne, a toy industry analyst. "And, with MotoFrenzy, kids can play with it on the dining table or the kitchen floor."


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Last updated October 20 2010: 1:41 PM ET
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