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Desk Pets CarBot

by Harket Suchde Posted on 29 Nov 201213,055 Views5 Comments

CarBot is the world's first micro robotic race car that you can control with your smartphone

 

 

Desk Pets CarBot 2012

 

 

 

The CarBot can seamlessly controlled through a free downloadable app and a smartphone adapter which comes included in the package, and is inserted in the standard 3.5mm earphone jack of your iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® or Android™ device. 

 

You can choose from multiple game play modes such as the conventional racing mode, a drift mode and multiplayer battling which allows you to ’shoot‘ infrared shells at other CarBots. You can even build a maze and the CarBot will use its sensors to navigate through it in Maze mode. 

 

Each CarBot operates on a different frequency, so racing against your friends will never be a problem, and with a built-in battery and USB flip down charger, battery costs are minimised, giving the user hours of inexpensive playtime and fun with the CarBot!

 

The CarBot is available for prices below $30 (Rs 1674).

 

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