While GeekAlerts.com has listed some cool robots in the past from the Robot Arm to the WowWee Femisapien Robot, we really haven’t blogged about too many. That is going to change, starting now with the OWI Robotics 3-in-1 All Terrain Robot (ATR), a really cool […]
When it comes to cars, it doesn’t get any cooler than the Batmobile (especially this version of the Batmobile). So it comes as no surprise that this Batman: The Dark Knight Batmobile RC Car is so cool.
This radio-controlled toy from the Japanese company Kyosho is a mix between a race car and a helicopter. The “Power Boost” feature will activate the rotor system, allowing you to go from car to chopper at the touch of a button.
Traxxas has released an officially licensed special-edition 1/16-scale R/C replica of the professional rally race driver Ken Block’s gymkhana Ford Fiesta competition car.
We have seen both water powered watches and clocks here at GeekAlerts, but this is the first time we have written about a radio-controlled car that is powered by liquid.
This radio-controlled vehicle will blink, bounce and play music as it makes 360-degree turns, 90-degree flips, spins and do wheelies to its own built-in soundtrack.
The HoverSpy Video Cam R/C Copter is a radio-controlled helicopter, capable of flying indoors or outdoors up to 150 feet high, that features a built-in gyro and a small embedded video camera.
This remote controlled car features a hidden five-barrel launcher, capable of shooting rubber-tipped missiles up to six feet away. Here’s a video clip showing how the car almost in a Transformers style unveils its weaponry.
This set of R/C toys features a racing car and a trailer with a working ramp and headlights. A switch on the controller lets you toggle between car and trailer mode.
Just like the Zero Gravity Micro R/C Car and the Wall Climbing R/C Insect, this TRON: Legacy Light Cycle defines gravity and climbs both walls and ceilings.
If the World’s First R/C Helicopter with Autopilot doesn’t fly in your book, maybe this new voice-controlled R/C indoor chopper named Voice Heli will do so instead.
This beautiful radio-controlled car is a highly detailed 1:18 scale replica of the coupe model from the classic Porsche 356 series, which was the first production line of cars from the well-known German automotive manufacturer.
This little remote-controlled UFO inspired toy is a mix between a helicopter and a flying saucer. It features bight light-emitting diodes and it is capable of flying at distances of up to 75 feet away from the controller unit.
You might remember that cool R/C Star Trek Enterprise Spaceship that was covered here at GeekAlerts a couple of years ago. Well, someone decided to take this one step further – or maybe backwards – by creating this cool 2 meter long Zeppelin version instead.
This radio-controlled mini helicopter features a unique dual fish tail design, which is said to give both rookies and geeks an extremely stable flying experience.
Something new to add to the growing list of hand-cranked gadgets, like this flashlight with massager, this shaver or these walk talkies: a radio-controlled car.
A new candidate has just entered the stage of USB powered R/C mini helicopters. This new model allows you to record your flying moves with the push of a button and then have the chopper itself repeat the same patterns.
This battery-powered candle imitation features a true wax finish, a natural flickering light and a remote control that allows you to easily turn the light on and off.
This rechargeable remote-controlled “space insect”, as they have decided to call the toy, is capable of climbing the ceiling, walls, mirrors, windows or just about any other surface.
G-Bound is the name of this new amphibious remote-controlled car by the Japanese company CCP, a sub-brand to the large toy manufacturer Bandai.