Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Air Hogs Battle Tracker is very cool just by looking at it. It looks impressive and it seems ready to defend your airspace. The surface-to-air missile set is equipped Automated Robotic Turret (A.R.T.), Turret radar dish, Assembled attack helicopter as its nemesis, Controller/charger, 18 pieces of foam turret missiles, and 7 pieces of foam helicopter projectiles.
The surface-to-air missile will actually shoot foam projectiles to its target, while the helicopter shoots flat foam discs. The turret is powered by 4 AA batteries while the helicopter has a non-removable, rechargeable battery. It will take about 28 minutes to fully charge the helicopter.
The Air Hogs - Battle Tracker with Yellow Disc Firing Helicopter is worth $54.99 on Amazon.
Friday, August 15, 2014
High Speed All-Terrain Vehicle by Air Hogs is an amazing All-terrain RC, you can drive it on grass, gravel, road, or sand. The tracks have enough spaces that it won't get filled with dirt and gunk. It has a very a thick and big tracks that you can have it flip over and drive on either side. It has a 2.4 Ghz remote, an independent suspension, and it is powered by 8 AA batteries.
You can run it for over 11 minutes on a full charge, and it take about 35-50 minutes to recharge. The Air Hogs Hyper Trax cost $35.
- Flip over and drive on both sides
- Proportional throttle
- Proportional steering
- 2.4GHz for amazing range and control
- Independent suspension
Posted by Joel at 4:50 AM
Monday, August 4, 2014
The kit was designed by geophysicist Ellen Kooijman, according to LEGO.
LEGO come up with the new set after a 7-year old girl named Charlotte Benjamin scold them through a handwritten letter for their female toys who don't have smart jobs.
Charlotte’s letter went viral check it out below:
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
San Diego Comic-Con is about costumes, comics, movies, television shows, collectibles, video games and toys. Let's focus about toys there are lot of toys at Comic-Con from companies like Kotobukiya, Sideshow Collectibles, Pop Culture Shock, and NECA (National Entertainment Collectibles Association).
Here are some of my favorites:
Here are some of my favorites:
Sunday, July 20, 2014
PlayStation Twitter account tweeted this: "Breaking news: PS4 is #1 top-selling US next-gen console in June, 6th month in a row. Thanks for your support! <3 p="">
Breaking news: PS4 is #1 top-selling US next-gen console in June, 6th month in a row. Thanks for your support! <3 pic.twitter.com/r5bTKg4wYf
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 17, 2014
They must be rubbing it in to Xbox One despite an uptick in Xbox One units sales last month. Microsoft said that sales of Xbox One more than doubled in June. Sony said that they plan to target the Wii owners who skipped on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for their PS4.
Microsoft dropped the required "always-on" Kinect 2 sensor, and with the Xbox One without Kinect they have significantly dropped the price from US$499 to US$100.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Namco has released the trailer for their Tekken 7. Tekken is a classic Japanese fighting arcade game that have taken the world by storm 20 years ago (1994) when it was first released. It was released exclusively to Playstation that gave Sony the edge from their competitors.
Tekken story line focused on the battle of the Mishima clan and the trailer suggests that it will be finally be over.
The announcement of TEKKEN 7 seems to have leaked before Harada actually expected. A video of Harada speaking at the EVO 2014 was leaked by an IGN news video that was published by AOL. However, it seems that the error was soon recognized and the video has since been removed but a video trailer of the upcoming game is now available online.
A Youtube clip also shows that Katsuhiro Harada the producer and creator of TEKKEN, from Namco Bandai Games has revealed Tekken 7 at the EVO 2014.
Namco did not indicate any release dates or what platform it will be released in. I can't wait to play Tekken 7.
Friday, July 11, 2014
Meet "Cayla", the first WiFi connected doll that can help your kids do their homework. It uses innovative technology. The doll uses speech recognition software and Google Translate technology. The developer said that this is the smartest friend your child will ever have. They also assured parents that they have blocked swear words and other topics that are not child appropriate.
It looks like an ordinary doll with blonde hare and 18 inches tall. The speaker is placed in her stomach and a listening device is placed in her necklace. The doll uses speech-to-text technology to get answers online most often it goes straight to Wikipedia. It can be connected to an iOS or Android device through Bluetooth.
Cayla don't just answer questions, the doll also play games and tell your child stories. The doll is powered by 3 AA batteries. It is for children aged 5 years and older.