Nabaztag: The World's First Radio Rabbit

Nabaztag: The World's First Radio Rabbit


Are you bored with your old stereo? Fed up with the overwhelmingly confusing plethora of ugly looking internet radio stations? Ever thought about using a rabbit instead? Okay, so you probably haven't, but Nabaztag is a wifi rabbit that acts as a messenger and alerts you to everything that's going on in your online world and now it even works with your online radio.

The little bunny has just one wire, for electrical power, but it is constantly scrutinizing the net to provide the services you have requested, accomplish the missions you have assigned, give you real-time info, transmit any messages your friends have sent you. Now, you can pick up your friendly, sexy Nabaztag/tag, say, "Radio," and out pops some streaming NPR radio for your listening pleasure. Maybe it's the pretty package, but it was love at first sight for me.

When using the rabbit you program it to pay attention to your e-mail, favorite websites, local weather and so on, and it lights up, shakes its ears and sings or talks to get your attention. It stays connected to the internet via WiFi, so you can place it anywhere in your home or office. For a gallery of adorable rabbit images, read more

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