Sonic The Hedegehog Electronics
Modern Only Sonic Electronics
Either with batteries or electricity, these Sonic items can entertain. This page showcases ONLY modern style electronics. The other pages have a mixture, but this page is all about current things with post-Sonic Adventure styles or themes. This page also includes electronics accessories, like game cases, skins or special styluses. For interesting Sonic electronics or stuff to make your items cooler with Sonic style, this is the page to see.
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Accutime Sonic Modern Digital Camera Accutime (which sounds like it would make watches instead of cameras...) makes this 5 Mega Pixel modern Sonic themed digital camera for kids. It has big bumper grips on the sides, is blue, and has jumping-forward Sonic art over a CG GHZ background for the front face of the camera. It can take 5 mega pixel photos and 1080p videos as well as recording just audio.
It also costs only 30 dollars! Can you imagine telling someone in 2000 that you could by a camera that did all that, and was Sonic themed for only 30 bucks? It would be hard to believe, but here it is. It is interesting how technology goes along.
Hori Split Pad Compact Switch Control This is the Hori Split Pad Compact Switch Controller. Hori electronics is back with another Nintendo seal of approval item, this time with Tails & Knuckles on one side and Amy & Sonic on the other. Everyone is on a cloudy type background with action poses. It's a nice look, with bright and pale colors that seems refreshing for you switch.
This appears in late 2023, early 2024. Price detail pending
Fizz Gaming Hedz Classic Sonic Headphone A new company gets the classic Sonic license in 2024, "Fizz Gaming Hedz". Just from the name, you can tell what they're going to do...which is to make head shaped headphone holder stands. Their first offering is classic Sonic as a bust on a GHZ style base with the logo on the front. It is quite large, as you can see here to support the normal human sized headphones and keep them easily on the face when not in use. The sculpt is good, the paint is good, and it looks quality...if you've got the space for it. This is about 40 dollars and seen on Amazon
It probably wouldn't be too big a surprise to find this at Gamestop or other electronics retailer too, as it's a fun, big piece to catch the eye. The box looks nice, and because it's functional, (fits well with the Cable Guys stuff too) its a good idea for a Sonic room or gaming room.