Move over, Barbie. Kids have gadgets on their holiday wish list this year, including the iPad.
According to a U.K.-based Duracell Toy Report, which tracks what those age five to 16 want for Christmas , Apple products are dominating the top three spots this year, with the iPhone 4 as the most sought after gift (14 percent). Meanwhile, the iPod Touch (13 percent) and the iPad (12 percent) came in second and third, respectively.
In total, about 39 percent of children said they want Apple items this year. This includes 17 percent of those age five to eight, 50 percent of nine to 12-year-olds and 66 percent of 13 to 16-year-olds.
The report also found that both boys and girls are increasingly opting for gender-neutral, tech-savvy gadgets.
The other items that topped the list include the Kinect for Xbox (six percent); Zhu Zhu Pet Hamsters/Kung Zhu Hamsters (five percent); flip video camera (four percent); Toy Story 3 Jet Pack Lightyear (four percent); PlayStation Move (four percent); and the LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 Video Game (three percent).
Barbie wasn't completely left off the list: Barbie Video Girl, which has a real video camera implanted under her neck, rounded out the top ten with three percent.