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Mio Pup White/Pink

by Hasbro

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  • MIO PUP is one ultra-cool highly interactive companion that walks, talks, moves, grooves and glows to a mash-up of high-tech robotics
  • Virtual emotion and EMOTOTRONIC technology - As you get to know MIO PUP his eyes reveal when he's happy or sad, excited or hungry
  • More than 100 "eye-con" images that light up in his eyes!
  • MIO PUP gets excited when you tickle his sensors and is happy when you pet and play with him
  • MIO PUP companion comes with a bone
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000R4M4G2
  • Item model number: 75048
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 8 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,401 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

The future of Friendship has arrived! Get ready to meet Mio Pup! This is one ultra-cool, highly interactive companion that walks, talks, moves, grooves and glows to a mash-up of high-tech robotics, virtual emotion and EMOTOTRONIC technology! As you get to know MIO PUP, his eyes reveal when he's happy or sad, excited or hungry and loads of other emotions with more than 100 "eye-con" images that light up in his eyes! This futuristic Fido even plays cool techno-like music to get you up and dancing! But even MIO PUP gets hungry. "Feed" him his bone and he holds it in his mouth. Take it away too early, and MIO PUP will let you know! Bring home MIO PUP and you will be best friends forever. MIO PUP companion comes with a bone.

From the Manufacturer

The future of Friendship has arrived! Get ready to meet Mio Pup! This is one ultra-cool, highly interactive companion that walks, talks, moves, grooves and glows to a mash-up of high-tech robotics, virtual emotion and EMOTOTRONIC technology! As you get to know MIO PUP, his eyes reveal when he's happy or sad, excited or hungr;y and loads of other emotions with more than 100 "eye-con" images that light up in his eyes! This futuristic Fido even plays cool techno-like music to get you up and dancing! But even MIO PUP gets hungry. "Feed" him his bone and he holds it in his mouth. Take it away too early, and MIO PUP will let you know! Bring home MIO PUP and you will be best friends forever. MIO PUP companion comes with a bone.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

All in all seems well made and I think the kids will have a great time with it.
Amazon Customer
Now we either get to have a Mio Pup that's hungry all the time or press the "reset" button whenever it gets to that point.
P. Lough
One of the reasons I purchased it was because she really wanted a dog (real dog) but I am not fond of them.
LaToya Johnson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jason A. May on December 25, 2009
We recently purchased a Mio Pup at the Goodwill and didn't realize that it needed the bone also. We took our aquarium fish tank magnet that is used to clean the tank and put it up to it's mouth and it stuck while the Pup started feeding. Just a quick solution to throwing away or buying a whole new unit. Any strong magnet should work. You'll know by the emocons changing from starving down to normal then gone. YOUR WELCOME!!!!!!!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By P. Lough on December 28, 2007
My daughter got this from her sister for Christmas and was excited about it. She wanted to take it everywhere in the house with her. Unfortunately, unknown to us she took it with her to the bathroom and as she flushed the potty, the bone fell in and went on through.

After looking on the Web and Hasbro's web site for a replacement form I ended up having to e-mail them to ask about a replacement. Their answer was that it is not available separately. The problem is that without the bone, the pup eventually gets "hungry." You need to give it the bone so it isn't hungry anymore. Now we either get to have a Mio Pup that's hungry all the time or press the "reset" button whenever it gets to that point.

My daughter will likely lose interest in it before we find a way to get a new bone.

Thanks Hasbro and Tiger Electronics. I'm sure you couldn't imagine any way the separate bone could get lost by a child.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Hall on December 30, 2007
My 4 year old has been pining for one of these for months. She loves it. We've only had it since Christmas but so far it has given her lots of entertainment. I agree with the other reviewers that the Mio Pup manufacturers should offer bone replacements. In all actuality, there's not much to the thing really. It talks, sings, and interacts with the child. It would be up to the individual child as to how much actual entertainment value Mio Pup brings them. But overall, it's a pleasing design, not so robotic looking as the last few years of electronic animals. Brilliant bit of marketing to design robots to appeal to females in what had previously been a male dominated toy field. My 4 year old now says she wants to grow up to be a "Mio Pup Designer". I would have given this toy a "5" if the manufacturer was kind enough to offer replacement parts. I gave Mio Pup a lower educational value rating because while the toy does foster imaginative play and memory (non-reading children must memorize the icons to know what the dog is feeling) it offers little else development wise.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2007
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Bought this for my niece...had to open it right away. There is no real off switch. Hold the nose for a few seconds and it'll sleep. Accidentally bump the nose and you're wanting to slam it against the wall. Of course the kids love it...lights and noise. All in all seems well made and I think the kids will have a great time with it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on December 26, 2007
My 7 year old, 4 year old and their friends cannot get enough of this robotic dog. Which is a bit annoying considering we have an actual dog, but whatever. This toy responds to conversation, petting, cuddling and even feeding with it's special bone. It communicates by babbling back at you in R2D2 like noises and with digital clock style "eyecons" in it's eyes. My girls are constantly messing with it to get it to feel emotions in it's eyes. If you do the right combinations of things it will walk and even sing songs. All in all it's pretty cute for an annoying electronic toy. And there were 4 kids here yesterday who couldn't stop playing with it and wouldn't leave until it feel "asleep" A bit bothersome that it doesn't have a true off switch and it will babble, sing and walk until it gets "tired" enough to fall asleep. Also the manual is a bit long as it has more than 100 different "eyecons" that reflect it's emotion. All fine and good except when my kids keep saying "what does that mean Mommy" and I'm thumbing through the little pamphlet looking for the picture. Not sure they'll still be playing with it in February...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 26, 2013
I used to have a Mio Pup. I liked, although what the ears and tail is made out of eventually started coming off.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LaToya Johnson on January 12, 2008
We purchased this toy for my daughter for Christmas. One of the reasons I purchased it was because she really wanted a dog (real dog) but I am not fond of them. The commercials and reviews made it seem like it was as close to a real dog as a toy could get. It is not. It is not even as tech savy as I thought it would be. My daughter was disappointed at first because she expected sooo much more because of the commericals, but she really does seem to like it. She loves the sounds it makes and how it tells you when it is hungry, sad, etc. She loves that she can make it play music. So it is an okay toy, but not as great as advertising made it seem.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Karen Rejzovic on January 7, 2009
I bought this last year for my step-daughter for Christmas. It was at the top of her wish list. She played with it for one day and it has been in the toy box ever since. It's cute but does not maintain the attention of a 7-8 year old. Sometime it starts to "bark" and doesn't stop.
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