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Old Toys New Uses

 - Mar 26, 2008   Updated: Apr 7 2011
References: fredflare & fredflare
Who would have thought that our old toys would one day, way in the future, be playing our tunes? These fun speakers require no batteries for they run off the iPod's energy. The Plus signs are your speakers with volume buttons in between. Works with all iPod varieties.

Implications - Adults are fascinated with the toys they used to play with, as there is an inherent appeal to retro items. Brands are recognizing this fact by applying old-school elements, like LEGO blocks, to new-school products. Mixing the old with the new makes for a combo that appeals to the trendy buyer who also can't get enough of the retro.