SPRING FAIR 2013: Clooci launches USB toys

Okiiyo and OfficeChums animal ranges make their debut at Hall 6, stand 6N27.
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Clooci has launched a couple of fresh USB toys at Spring Fair 2013. 

Okiiyo (pictured) is a USB card reader that can be used to save and transport files between devices such as a smartphone, PC, Mac, digital camera or handheld games console.

Okiiyo comes with a detachable stylus head that can be used to play exclusive iPad games such as Okii Pong – a hockey game between Okiiyos.

The OfficeChums animal USB Hubs also make their debut at Spring Fair. This range comprises of the 'Mother Hub' which is available in PigChum, CatChum, and DogChum forms. Each one comes complete with three matching USB TF Card readers.

These also allow customers to use their existing Micro SD cards.

Bobby Patel, Managing Director at Clooci, said: "We are absolutely thrilled to be able to launch Okiiyo at the Spring Fair 2013. They tick all the boxes in terms of what the market is looking for, so we are confident that these cute USB card-readers will prove very popular amongst both small and big kids alike."

OfficeChums designer Samuel Wilson added: "A lot of work places have no organic life; it is all very mechanical and boxy. OfficeChums is a brilliant and functional way around this, which allows us to soften our working environment, and thus make it more appealing and productive."

Visit Clooci at Spring Fair Hall 6, Stand 6N27 at the Birmingham NEC this week from February 3rd to 7th.

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