PowerUp Toys, the company that realized controlled flight for a paper airplane, is back with another non-paper airplane RC toy. This time, it is an aircraft that will get military aircraft enthusiasts and aeronautics fans all excited: the Lockheed Martin F22 Raptor.
The self-transforming Transformers Optimus Prime robot toy that left fans beyond elated is back, this time lighter and a tad smaller – by the virtue of electronics miniaturization – and a teeny weeny cheaper than the original. Well, actually the latter is kind of true and untrue at the same time. But more on that …
Ready to outgrow flying paper airplanes and lettuce using PowerUp 4.0? Well, then perhaps it is time to give a balsa wood plane a go. The Tornado Updraft 12 RC Kit is a cool balsa wood airplane kit designed to be powered by the PowerUp 4.0.
Robosen is a robot company best known for transforming robots like the Robosen Optimus Prime. But its latest product is a non-transforming robot that will give UBTech a run for its money. For its latest product, Robosen has teamed up with Disney and Pixar to bring Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear from Pixar’s Lightyear film to …
You may be aware of the existence of the military’s Black Hornet Nano, a micro unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Much to our surprise, you can actually buy one, or at least one that looks like it.
Perhaps one of the most replicated aircraft in the scale RC model world would be the Bell 222 helicopter, specifically, the fictional Airwolf helicopter from the eponymous American action TV series.
The Robosen Robotics Auto-converting Optimus Prime and the recent addition, an auto-converting trailer, are good and all but let’s be honest, not everyone who loves the idea of a self-converting Autobot leader can afford to shell out nearly 2,000 dollars for the set.
I am sure you guys remember the groundbreaking, Flagship Transformers Optimus Prime Auto-Converting Programmable Advanced Robot from Robosen Robotics and Hasbro collaboration. It was an impressive piece of high-tech toy, isn’t it? It sure is but here’s the thing: what is Optimus Prime without its trailer and trusty Roller?
Have you ever looked at everyday objects and imagined them to be something else? While maybe we all do, someone has turned imagination into reality. When he was young, David Windestal of HackMakeMod thought the belt sander looked like a vehicle.
The Hot Wheels RC The Batman Batmobile is cool and all with the movie-accurate details, LED light-up functions, and display diorama. But lets be honest, not every Bat fan can afford or are willing to part with 500 bucks for an RC car/collectible. This is where the Hot Wheels RC The Batman Original Edition Batmobile …