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What’s new? Draw Something…


Choose a card, pick one of three items to draw ranging in diffi culty from easy to hard, and challenge friends to guess. The more diffi cult the item you’ve chosen to draw, the more coins received if another player guesses correctly. Similar to Zynga’s Draw Something mobile game, Hasbro’s game enables players to take turns drawing items. Artists score coins if another player correctly shouts out what they have drawn; the fi rst player to collect 15 coins wins! Game includes four Draw Stations, 180 cards, four crayons (red, green, blue and


purple), four pads of paper, four Coin Tracker Clips and a Game Guide. Hasbro, www.hasbro.com, 0208 569 1234


This month’s hottest and most-wanted toys unleashed on the market


Capture all the action with RED-i


Speed up with Suzuki Strider Bike


Building on the worldwide success of the original Strider bike, the new Special Edition Suzuki Strider brings toddler bikes into a whole new arena — championship motorcycle racing! After hopping on the Suzuki-inspired Strider


bike, any toddler will want to tear up the track like their heroes. If your toddler can walk, the Suzuki Strider will get your toddler cruising over dirt, grass, and pavement. The bike is mechanically the same as a standard Strider, but is customised with the offi cial Suzuki stickers along with a #4 numberplate inspired by Suzuki’s Ricky Carmichael. The Suzuki Strider bike is a fun alternative for children aged 18 months to fi ve years old. It weighs just 6.7 pounds, is easy to control, and features an adjustable seat and handlebars to accommodate a growing child. Most importantly, the STRIDER bike teaches your child balance and coordination and develops a glittering confi dence not seen with tricycles or training wheel bikes. ‘The new Suzuki STRIDER is a sweet-looking Strider,’ says Ryan McFarland, Founder of Strider. ‘We are always trying to design new Striders with an eye towards our youngest riders and we know Suzuki is synonymous with excellence to for many young motocross and motorcycle racing fans. The Suzuki Strider gives aspiring riders the look and feel of a true racing champion!’


Strider Sports, www.StriderSports.com/Suzuki, +1 605 342 0266


44 whatsnew


Zinc have revealed their micro format RED-i video camera. The guys from Zinc are expanding their portfolio of scooter and bike accessories, RED-I is the latest addition to the range allowing the user to capture and download live video in a compact, go anywhere format. The RED-I camera is an easy to use, pocket size video


recorder with one touch recording. RED-i’s unique design allows the user to attach the camera to just about anything; a helmet, scooter, bicycle or even clothing. The camera is compatible with both Mac and PC and with super fast download speeds videos are quick and easy to share. The RED-i’s silicon skin not only allows users to


customise the colour of their camera but also acts as rugged protection , perfect for capturing your greatest adventures on the go. The camera will be available from early 2013 with


a suggested retail price under thirty pounds, the Zinc team are confi dent the camera will add positively to the continued growth of the brand into 2013. Ying To, brand manager, Zinc Sports said: ‘We are


very excited about this development and 2013 sees even more new exciting products being launched along with even bigger marketing plans than 2012, giving everyone the opportunity to get involved! And now with our Team Riders fully on-board, they will be promoting and utilising the RED-i creating further content and awareness for Zinc through all on-line and social media platforms.’


Hy-Pro International Ltd, www.hy-pro.co.uk, 01582670100


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