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When I was a child I could only have dream of having toys like they do today With the technology advancements and new inventions that they have today the toy companies can make toys that walk talk and learn all on their ownGrowing up as a child I played with toys such as little plastic toy soldiers metal Tonka trucks a variety of toy animals which were either made of plastic or stuffed and you had to use your imagination to pretend that they could talk and listen to you We also had this video game called AtariTechnology has had the biggest effect on the change of the toys from my childhood to the toys today When I was younger we played the Atari It was a big box which looked like the cable boxes of today that hook up to your TV It had two joysticks which had one button on it The game cartridges were boxy and they had one-dimensional levels Today with layer technology we have the Sony Playstation which is smaller in size and the games are on CDs The levels are three-dimensional and you have a controller with several different buttons and it shakes during the game to make it seem realistic Technology has also effected the toy cars and trucks of my childhood days When I was a child I used to wear out the knees in every pair of pants I owned pushing around little cars and Tonka trucks Now they have remote control cars that use radio signals to move on their own With the push of a button you can make them turn go straight or reverse It is battery operated the battery operates the radio signal from the controller in your hand to the antenna on the carToday they have toys that can walk talk and learn on their own With the aid of computer chips that can be programmed to do certain thing or
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