First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
Dancing Baby crazy
- — 25 August, 1998 21:49
Usually a movie, TV show or rock star comes first, then the t-shirts, posters and then come the fan sites. But the Dancing Baby marks a first for the Internet. Originally found on the Internet and circulated by e-mail, the Dancing Baby is the first Internet creation to have licensed products for sale.
Distributed by Irwin Pacific and available at Big W, Myer/Grace Bros and other retailers, the Original Dancing Baby product range is in Australia!
Products include a miniature wind-up Dancing Baby ($9 RRP), a 20cm Dancing Baby who dances to 'Ooga Chaka' on top of a computer mouse ($40 RRP) and The Dancing Baby computer defender with a motion sensor (RRP $20).
Dancing Baby stickers, keyrings and magnets are also available.