2005 Hasbro Furby Your Emotronic Friend
- Ears move
- Furby can do a little dance
- eyes open and close
- can smile, fown, and beak moves when I speak.
- Can show moods through Facial expressions
Those fabulous furry little friends are back and greater than ever, combining advanced technology, lifelike emotions and convincing movements for interactive fun. Your furry pal responds to being fed, petted on the back or tickled on the belly. With a new voice recognition function, Furby understands what's becoming mentioned and can talk back to you or another Furby. Furby speaks both"Furbish"and English and can tell a story, tell a joke or sing you a song.
Furby has been resurrected from relative hibernation to join the throng of electronic pets on the toy market— and, truthfully, he's on the list of cuter ones out there. He's also a lot more sophisticated than earlier models as Furby is now powered by a technology Hasbro calls emoto-tronics. The more kids play with Furby, the far more advanced his actions and vocabulary become; eventually, he can tell a joke or story or play a game. With his owners' guidance, however, Furby learns a type of English that sounds like a cross between Gremlin chattering noises and Yoda's backwards sentences. Furby runs on 4"AA"batteries (not included ). With his round, furry body; pointy, wiggling ears; and cute little Munchkin voice, Furby is significantly much far more endearing than some of the competing tough plastic robotic animals. --Cristina Vaamonde This technology enables the little guy to show his moods, from happy to sleepy to surprised to sad, through facial expressions and via the tone of his voice. Furby arrives speaking his native tongue of Furbish, which sounds like a bunch of gibberish towards the untrained ear.
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