R/C Mini Helicopter Now Armed With IR Beam Of Death

Posted: May 15 2007, 9:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:50am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

R/C Mini Helicopter now Armed with IR Beam of Death
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You maybe still playing with your Picco Z R/C helicopter you got last Christmas. I just received information from a Chinese toy maker about a new exciting mini helicopter that can be used for dog fights in the living room.

These R/C Mini Helicopter are armed with an IR transmitter and sensor. On the remote control is a shoot button.
When you hit your opponent with the IR beam on your helicopter his helicopter crashes (cuts the power) – what a great idea!
It is basically like a game of laser tag. The new armed R/C Mini helicopters (X Rotor Micro IR Battle Helicopter) are offered by Star Ocean Toys. The do not sell direct, only to distributors. So we have to sit and wait until some distributor is bringing the new battle RC helicopters into stores in the U.S.

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