USB RC Mini Is A Great Gift For The Hard Working Men And Women In Cubicles

Posted: Nov 29 2008, 1:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:00pm CDT, in News | Holiday Gift Guide


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Of course we are not done yet finding great gift ideas for the Holidays for you after we have finished our huge Top 100 Holiday Gift Guide. Here is great little toy RC car that works via USB with a PC - a great gift for people to take to the office.

The little Mini is driven using a software steering wheel on your computer screen instead of the typical remote. The car is capable of motion in six directions (turns combined with forward and backward) for precise steering amid a cluttered desktop or office obstacle course. You can even "toot" its horn, which I would avoid to not give yourself away that you play at work again.
The little RC car can travel up to three feet from its USB-connected garage transmitter. The garage is the charging station and the little car needs to charge pretty often.
Right now Hammacher has this fun office toy on sale for only $19.95. On the USB RC toy car sell for $26.24.

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