Kids' MP3 player for UK launch?

<p>Caroline Horn</p><p>Children's toy manufacturer Fisher-Price has launched an MP3 player for preschool children in the US that can be used to download books and music.</p><p>The company is developing a bank of stories available for download at 99&#162; each. Parent group Mattel is waiting to see how the "Kid-Tough FP3 player" performs in the US before launching it in the UK market.</p><p>Corinne Stewart, brand manager at Fisher-Price, said: "UK retailers have expressed interest in the product, and in the next two to three months we should have more feedback from the US about its sales p...

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