Tomy Putica RC Cars Controllable Via Mobile Phones

Posted: May 27 2005, 12:41pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:57pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Tomy Putica RC Cars controllable via Mobile Phones
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Japanese toy company Tomy introduces a line of toy RC cars than can be controlled via a mobile phone.

The Disney inspired cars have a infra-red control interface. the Putica dubbed RC cars can either be steered via the bundled tiny remote in key shape or with a special software that runs on mobile phones. The Putica toys are 60mm long and sell for 1,680 yen (~$16).
More details on ITMedia (Japanese). See also Mobile Burn for more photos.

Sony Ericsson released a long time ago a RC car for mobile phones that worked via Bluetooth. There latest remote control gadget is the ROB-1 that was shown at CeBit.

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