It's alway a great time to geek out, but the Christmas and the holiday season make it an extra special time to really live it up. It’s that time of year when every manufacturer unloads everything they had up their sleeves onto unsuspecting customers making you feel like a little kid again
The VEX Robotics Arm by Hexbug is a fully operational hand powered mechanical arm that operates on 4 degrees of freedom and on a 360 degree base! Using technical gears and realistic physical principles to transfer power through the arm
The Sky Rover Voice Command Helicopter is unlike any toy helicopter or gyrocopter you’ve ever seen before. It comes with all you would expect from a quality indoor helicopter, with a good range and extremely stable flight.
2015 brought the launch of the new Nintendo 3DS XL, one of Nintendo’s most eagerly anticipated releases to date. The 3DS XL doesn’t disappoint, with an improved processor proving more power and faster speeds than the standard 3DS.
While there are exciting battle tanks and adventurous RC sailboats, we cannot forget about the neat 2 wheel RC vehicles. Mind you, they aren’t for everyone, but if you love everything RC, you should try a 2 wheeled RC vehicle at least once in your lifetime.
If you enjoy the thrilling excitement of interacting with RC toys, then the Tenergy T100 1:10 Scale R/C ATV Drifting Motorbike is just for you!
Remote Controlled vehicles have been around for a while but that doesn’t mean they lose their appeal – there are still so many enthusiasts out there that enjoy the world of RC vehicles and for good reason.
Who can resist remote control battle tanks? While looking at all of the cool RC vehicles currently on the market, I stumbled across battle tanks. Further research took me to the M1A2 Abrams USA Battle Tank and I liked it so much that I decided it would be worth reviewing.
From time to time, I like to branch out and read about the R/C vehicles that are out. During one of my “expeditions,” I came across the Lutema 2.5 Heligram Flight Simulator R/C Helicopter and I must say, I liked what I saw!