Toys are a classic way to get your kids to play, but that’s starting to change.
In an era where toys can be customized to a child’s tastes and preferences, the advent of connected devices and the ease of sharing and purchasing are making toys obsolete, according to a new report.
The report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found that toys have fallen behind their traditional counterparts in nearly every way.
They’re more costly, less flexible, and less customizable, and the technology powering them is often more advanced than the ones that preceded them.
And while the average age of a toy is still around five years old, that’s expected to change significantly by 2020.
PwCs report found that in 2020, the average toy will have cost about $500.
The average price of a connected toy will be about $300.
And with many of these devices, such as smart home devices and game consoles, becoming more complex and interactive, the value of the toys will decrease.
In other words, the devices and software powering them will be getting smaller and more complicated over time.
For instance, PwCs analysis found that the average game console will be 3 inches wide, and will cost about the same as a typical phone.
Similarly, a toy robot is about the size of a refrigerator.
With a robot, you can control it with a touch screen and have it walk around the room.
With connected toys, you have to have an app that connects you to the toy, and then you need to have a separate app that manages the interaction between the two of you.
As we mentioned above, connected toys will also be more complex.
PwC estimates that the cost of a smart home device that’s connected to a connected robot will be $200 to $300, which is $2,000 to $3,000 less than a normal home automation system.
But with connected toys that are smart enough to communicate with each other, the cost per hour of power is much less.
And as the smart toys get smarter, they will be able to connect to each other and even control each other through the Internet of Things (IoT).
The report also found that there are already a lot of connected toys out there.
With an average of about 20 connected toys in the U.S. today, the number is expected to grow to about 50,000 in 2020.
But while the price of these toys will increase, the gadgets themselves are becoming more complicated.
They’ve gotten more powerful and flexible, they’ve gotten smaller, and they’ve become more connected.
P wc is not only warning that connected toys could make the toy industry obsolete, but also that it’s a great way to make kids forget about buying them.
“We’re in a world of devices that are becoming much more complex, and we’re in an era when we’re seeing this growing trend toward automation of toys, which will make the buying process much more painful,” Pw c ts said.