iPod debuts on NRF top "toys" list

Summary:For the first time iPods made an appearance on the National Retailer Federation's annual list of the Top 10 categories of toys.

According to a story in The Press of Atlantic City ("Their wish lists grow up so fast") iPods are appearing for the first time on the National Retailer Federation's annual list of the Top 10 categories of toys.

This year for the first time, iPods and other digital music players made an appearance on the National Retail Federation's annual list of the Top 10 categories of toys. Though Barbie once again was the winner, iPods debuted in sixth place for girls — right behind video games. For boys, video games came first, followed by “Star Wars” merchandise and Legos.

Read more at The Press of Atlantic City.

Topics: Tech Industry

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