Complete with plenty of remote control cars and helicopters that are controlled using an iPhone over the years. I can say that unlike many of them, they can be very difficult to control. A new remote control toy that uses the iPhone or iPad has turned up called the iSpy Tank in this looks like one of the coolest remote control toys we've ever seen that interfaces with Apple gadgets.
This tank looks more like a car with some rubber bands stretch between the tires, but that's beside the fact. The tank has a turret that you can lift up and down and has a Wi-Fi camera capable of streaming video back to the iPhone or iPad. That camera can also record video and shoot still images.
The tank measures 24 x 19 x 12 cm and has control range of 20 to 30 m. Since the video streams live back to your iPhone or iPad, you can control the tank while watching the video. Power for the tank comes from six AA batteries and it is available for purchase now for $99.
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