Picoo Z, the brand known for its tiny radio controlled indoor helicopters, has now updated their line of choppers with three new models.
This radio controlled amphibious vehicle runs on land and in the water, giving you a double amount of R/C fun for the price of one.
This 8-button wireless laser mouse from Filand doubles as a remote control with a range of up to 8 meters (26 feet), suitable for presentations and media.
The ZFlyer Hand Command R/C toy features an innovative and unique control system, where you use your body to lead the way for the flying astronaut.
If you thought the Multimedia Remote Watch looked a bit too 80s, here’s another remote control watch that looks a bit more up-to-date.
Yes, it’s another one of those cool palm-sized radio controlled flying toys – and once again with a design inspired by the world of insects, as with the R/C bee.
This water-resistant iPod remote control from Belkin has been designed to handle running, skiing, hiking and other tough conditions without a problem.
This watch allows you to control TVs and other devices from a series of popular brands – Sony, Panasonic, Philips etc. – from up to 5 meters (5.5 yards) away.
This radio controlled spy car has a feature that you won’t find with the R/C Snooper Robot or the Rovio Wi-Fi Spy Robot – it allows you to spy in the dark.
With this white six-wheel radio controlled robot you can enter a room and undetected (hopefully) listen in on conversations and transmit them to up 150 feet away to the listening receiver.
Finally your yellow Bath Duck Radio can get a radio controlled friend.
Tired of all those tiny radio controlled helicopters and planes that have become so popular lately? Want to try out something bigger? Here’s your chance.
The London Science Museum has taken a new approach to the good ‘ol art of metal detecting by adding the technology to a radio controlled car.
The radio controlled A7 Tornado plane features true ducted fan-jet technology, combining jet-like performance, smooth gentle landings and will silently reach speeds of up to 25mph.
This may very well be the coolest radio controlled toy we have covered at GeekAlerts so far – this robot speaks, drives on land and flies in the air.
I guess the Knight Rider and Dukes of Hazzard cars are retro radio controlled toys in their own way, but here’s the thing if you want the read deal.
If you’re on a Mac using Front Row, you can stop reading now. If not, and you’re interested in controlling your laptop with a remote, please continue.
Yesterday I said that the Vampire Bat definitely would have made it to the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list. Here’s another radio controlled toy that should deserve a top 5 position on an updated version of that list.
This radio controlled creature would definitely have made it into the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list if it would have been around at the time of the writing.
We recently covered the Knight Rider R/C Car and now Firebox has released yet another radio controlled toy based on a car known from TV.