Whoa whoa whoa there. Stop the presses. You can stop taking those trips to Chinatown to pick up your bootleg LEGO themed electronics. The Danish company whose mission is to inspire children (actual and “inner”) to explore and challenge their own creative potential has joined plastic bricks with Digital Blue to create a slew of real deal, officially licensed, LEGO products. Starting next month, you’ll be able to pick up a 3MP LEGO digital camera featuring a color 1.5” LCD screen, a built in flash, digital zoom, and 128MB of internal memory (good for around 80 pictures); a LEGO mp3 player with 2GB of internal memory (good for 1000 songs); and a LEGO boombox that is made to look like a classic LEGO brick (only 10x the size) that lets you listen to CDs, AM/FM radio or your favorite mp3 player through the included auxiliary jack. Don’t think about smashing these apart and trying to build something different; however. You can try, but you’ll only void the warranty. And would you really want to reassemble your mp3 player everytime you dropped it on the floor anyway (butterfingers)? When they do eventually drop, expect to pay anywhere $39.99 – $49.99. A small price to pay for totally official nostalgia.
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