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Who remembers when the original Rubik’s Cube first became a global craze? Anyone? That was 1974, and according to Wikipedia, it still sells better than just about any other toy.
But this is the digital age, so techie toy maker TechnoSource decided it was time to make an electronic version of the diabolically challenging cube. Instead of physically twisting slices of the cube to try to turn each side all one color, you slide your finger along the top, and the colored lights make the move for you.