“With his quirky personality, rockin’ dance moves, and funny responses,” developer Vtech says, “your child will love interacting” with its robot toy. Cogsley has an animated LCD screen, as well as mechanical moving parts, and “is the perfect learning robot friend.”
Moving parts on Cogsley include twistable ears, spinning nose and eyes, moving arms, twisting body, and moving eyebrows and mouth.
Cogsley comes with 30 “chips” — round plastic tokens with letters, words, and pictures, each of which trigger a variety of responses including movements, sounds, images, and fun animations on his LCD screen. Cogsley’s sound detector is activated by clapping, talking, and singing.
Cogsley also has “surprise responses” to enhance interactive play, the company says. “The robot will help tots learn about letters, counting, words, manners, and more.”
It measure about 5x9x12 inches, and is $72 here. (Affiliate link.)