Fisher-Price’s Chatter Telephone recently got an upgrade that turned the classic toy into a Bluetooth-connected smartphone accessory that can actually make calls. This toy speaks to a new generation of kids who aren't familiar with rotary telephones and it lets callers enter numbers by spinning the dial. As ever, picking up the receiver is how callers will be able to communicate with the person on the other end of the line, and this promises to be a novelty for young ones. Rather than just pretending for play, kids and adults can now hook up the toy telephone as a functional accessory within the home.
The upgraded Chatter Telephone has a rechargeable with a micro-USB port, which provides nine hours of talk time and 72 hours of life when idle.