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   The I-Dog is a robotic dog originally designed and manufactured by Sega Toys. It is now manufactured by Hasbro which provides the I-Dog to North America. It is also marketed as the E-Dog in Germany, Italy and the Netherlands and has become extremely popular.

The music loving mutt is “trained” to obey eight commands, including “Dance!”, “Stay”, and “Tap paw!” – just touch his face. As he dances to your favorite tunes, watch his ears move and groove. He’ll even stand up and do the I-DOG twist! Once the music starts, this perky pooch becomes a dancing machine.
   The I-DOG can play your music through his built-in speaker and rocks out. Place him near a speaker, then press his nose and watch him move along as he grooves to the beat. He even changes his mood to suit your music. Simply play something new and he’ll entertain you with expressive movements and flashing LED lights that change color.
   The I-Dog has become so popular that the manufacturer has released it in many different colors.  I-Dog works with most portable and non-portable electronic audio devices. Plus he easily connects to any standard headphone jack with the included cable.
   It features seven flashing LED lights on its face and has the ability to 'dance' to the beat of the music. It puts on a great light show.
   It also has a number of switches on its nose, head and tail which allow it to react to user input. It has various emotions (which change based on user interaction) that provide different color patterns on its LED lights. It reacts if placed near an audio source (such as speakers), and has 70 built-in melodies.

   In 2007, Tiger Electronics released the I-Dog Amp'd. It was an upgraded version of the I-Dog with stereo speakers which nodded its head and tapped its foot in time to the music being played on it.

   In 2008 three new versions of the I-Dog were released. The I-Dog Clip is a fully-functional mini-sized I-Dog which can be clipped onto a backpack. The I-Dog Dance is a full-sized I-Dog that stands up and dances in time to the music being played on it. The I-Dog Soft Speaker is a giant, plush, and fully functional I-Dog.

   in 2009 there was an mini I-Dog soft speaker called the I-Dog plush Puppy. it is a useful little plush speaker.


Here is a YouTube video of the I-Dog in action.


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