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Oregon Scientific Showcases Unique Tech Products For Children At American International Toy Fair 2014

Brand New Action Camera for Kids and New Additions to Award-Winning SmartGlobe Line Encourage Education and Play

TUALATIN, Ore., Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Oregon Scientific, a leading designer and worldwide marketer of personal electronics, today unveiled its 2014 line of innovative product offerings, ranging from the newest technology in capturing action play to an interactive globe. The ATC GeckoHD action camera is the best way for kids to capture and share unforgettable adventures and the SmartGlobe Infinity and SmartGlobe Discovery are sure to entertain and educate children about the world through a variety of games and activities. The new line will be shown for the first time this week at the American International Toy Fair (February 16-19) in New York, NY.

Oregon Scientific Unveils New Kids Products at New York Toy Fair including ATC GeckoHD Action Camera and SmartGlobes.

"This year we are unveiling a wide variety of fun and educational products at Toy Fair that both kids and parents will absolutely love!," said David Riley, Director of Product Development and Marketing. "Oregon Scientific consistently develops groundbreaking products, always pushing to identify new ways kids can play and learn, and this year's product line is no different." 

New Oregon Scientific electronic learning products to be showcased at Toy Fair 2014 include:

ATC GeckoHD 
This pocket-sized video camera goes where no other digicam dares and is more versatile and durable than a camera phone! Kids can clip the ATC GeckoHD wide-view camera anywhere, even on themselves, using the included wrist strap and capture everything - dancing at parties, exploring with friends, or screaming down a rollercoaster! Three changeable camera covers lets users mix-up the look and color to match their mood, and with the optional waterproof casing they can even capture video at the pool or beach!

SmartGlobe Infinity  
Expanding on Oregon Scientific's award-winning SmartGlobe line, the new SmartGlobe Infinity offers multiple themes, inspiring content, and includes a wireless talking Smart Pen. This high-tech educational toy teaches countries, capitals, population, history and so much more! And by simply replacing the globe with a SmartGlobe Theme Globe (sold separately), you can explore multiple fascinating themes such as Mysterious World or the Stars. Best of all, the Smart Pen can record notes with its built-in voice recording function. With information that's always up-to-date, the SmartGlobe series is the smarter way to play and learn! 

SmartGlobe Discovery  
The SmartGlobe Discovery provides amazing value in an economical package. With 19 exciting activities and games, this Globe provides hours of educational entertainment with amazing facts about planet Earth. Learn about the continents and compare countries to learn about their populations, areas, and more. Users can then test their knowledge with the Ultimate Challenge activity!  

The new line will be displayed in the Oregon Scientific booth on the Toy Fair 2014 show floor (Booth # 2815, Hall 3A) from February 16-19, 2014 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.  Information about Oregon Scientific's full line of product offerings can be found at: oregonscientific.com/us.

About Oregon Scientific
Oregon Scientific was founded in 1989 in Portland, Oregon, a place buzzing with ideas and invention. Backed by IDT International Limited - one of the world's leading electronics manufacturers, Oregon Scientific is renowned for its technological innovations, design excellence and investment in research and development.

The company creates lifestyle electronic products that fuel people's desire for "SMART LIVING".  Its products reflect the highest pursuit of technology and design, harmoniously blending fine aesthetic values with a keen appreciation for our natural surroundings.

Building on the success of its hallmark Time & Weather collection, Oregon Scientific has extended its product offerings that now include Sport, Fitness & Health, Wellness & Beauty, and Electronic Learning collections.  All are designed to meet today's lifestyle needs and enhance the way we live, work and play.

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