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Teletubbies go high-tech

Thanks to a new licensing agreement between the itsy bitsy Entertainment Company and Microsoft, ActiMates based on Teletubbies Laa-Laa and Po are streeting in March, with Tinky Winky and Dipsy joining the group this August. The toys are aimed at kids...
February 1, 1999

Thanks to a new licensing agreement between the itsy bitsy Entertainment Company and Microsoft, ActiMates based on Teletubbies Laa-Laa and Po are streeting in March, with Tinky Winky and Dipsy joining the group this August. The toys are aimed at kids ages one and up, and have similar capabilities to previous ActiMates, including responding to touch and interacting with Ragdoll Productions’ PBS series and PBS Kids’ home videos using the separately sold TV Pack. Price points had yet to be set at press time.

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