All you awesome folks who entered our very first Android Toy Giveaway can now see if you're one of the two lucky winners of the Second Series unopened boxes straight from Barcelona. This series is completely unreleased (at least
I warn you again! Before you move forward in the reading of this post, I must tell you that the DYZ Plastic designer toy that you are about to lay eyes on is both super fantastically lovely to glance at and is extremely rare and
We know you love these little guys. Even if you wont admit it, even if you say you're an adult, a grown man or woman, for gosh sake, you'd never have such a little kid object sitting on your desk! But we know better. We love em,
Take a peek at what intrepid explorer/hacker/developer/generally awesome dude by the name of Carsten has done with an official Android toy, the same kind we've got our eyes on today because of their second-series announcement.
It was merely a year ago when the folks at DYZPlastic put out their first series of officially licensed Android toys, all of them designed by a dude named Andrew Bell, a guy also known as "Monsters in My Head." This time around
As I begin this review, I gotta say that I can't be very non-biased about this whole situation, as it's almost impossible to resist such a cute little man like this, especially when he's built on the bones of our favorite little
Hooray for more toys! It's always fun when a brand becomes big enough to spill over into other media, especially when it starts as something as complex as electronics and moves over to something as simple as collectable toys.
As you might already know, DYZPlastic is the only place in the world where you can find the official collaboration with Google, Inc. to create high quality cute little plastic toys. They've made a blind box mini set where you can