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Subject: LF a Hidden Gem? Date: 12/9/2005 1:30 PM
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LeapFrog makes it in to a Hidden Gems cheerleader article:

The toy maker recently released a pen computer -- featuring an optical scanner and a computer chip -- that could substantially broaden its scope and success. The $99 gadget hit retail stores in October. One trick it can perform: If you draw a musical instrument, the pen's speaker allows you to play it. Hasbro and Mattel (NYSE: MAT) remain the clear leaders in the toy kingdom, but more hot products like the FLY pen computer and the LeapPad could transform the $900 million LeapFrog into a company worth closer to the $3.5 billion and $6.5 billion that Hasbro and Mattel command -- making it a potential four- to seven-bagger.

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