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Tiger Electronics announces i-Cat, new i-Dogs

imageHasbro’s Tiger Electronics brand has announced new additions to its iPod-compatible Interactive Music Companion line, including the i-Cat, a black i-Dog and a pink i-Dog, and new i-Dog accessories.

“The i-Cat ($30; Fall 2006) is a fabulous feline that not only loves to listen to your favorite tunes but can also play funky ‘scratch’ sound effects along with the music and will groove along to any song it hears,” says the company. “Owners can plug their music systems directly into i-Cat and music will broadcast through a built-in speaker. Simply petting i-Cat will allow owners to mix things up and play meows, purrs and ‘scratch’ sound effects with the music! Owners can play these sound effects along with the music depending on how they touch or pet i-Cat, making this new interactive pet the cat’s meow!”

imageThe two new i-Dogs in black and pink ($30; Spring 2006) offer the same features as the current white model. Tiger also announced the i-Dog Chill Assortment ($10; Spring 2006), a set of winter garments for the i-Dog. Interestingly, the items—a hat, scarf, sweater, booties, and ear warmers—look identical to the material of Apple’s iPod Socks. The Chill Assortment also comes in the same six colors as the iPod protectors—pink, purple, green, blue, orange and gray. [via Engadget]

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Comments

1

Ok ok, that’s it! Enough is enough. STOP ALREADY! Winter garments for plastic dogs!? When will the madness end????

Posted by Mondayne on February 11, 2006 at 1:13 AM (CST)

2

I bought one of the iDogs for Christmas…whats with the batteries? Lets have a power cord/wall wart for it!  The thing eats batteries like crazy! now the little guy stays lifeless on my shelf. Jeff

Posted by JEFFREY ENGLE on February 12, 2006 at 12:18 AM (CST)

3

I bought a tiger pink robot cat today, made in 2000, but it has no ears.Do you have directions for it-how to use it? I would appreciate help.

thank you carol Maharry

Posted by Carol MaHarry on May 3, 2009 at 12:20 AM (CDT)

4

I also have a pink robot cat without ears, i was wondering if i could find a way to get new ears and reattach them. Please tell me where i might be able to do this,

Posted by Katrina on June 25, 2009 at 3:37 PM (CDT)

5

i have an ipod shuffle, and the icat doesn’t work with it. Ipods best friend? uh-uh.

Posted by ipod lover2010 on October 16, 2010 at 9:27 PM (CDT)

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