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Recently iHelicopters has released two new "insects" in the market - an iPhone-controlled insect and an iPhone-controlled bug. Customers can get it at $40.

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You might know that iHelicopters is the makers of the first iPhone controlled helicopters and RC cars. Recently the company has made two new “insects”. These two insects can be controlled via iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The company has released this iPhone-controlled insects in the market. Customers can get it at $40.


iPhone Insects

iPhone-controlled insects are a perfect gift for insect lovers and iDevice aficionados alike. Currently iHelicopters is selling two models of their newly released insects. One is an iPhone controlled beetle and the other is iPhone controlled bug. Both the iPhone controlled beetle and iPhone controlled bug are compatible with all iPads, iPhone 5 and fifth generation iPod touch models.

These two insects can be fully assembled. The cost of iPhone-Controlled Beetle and iPhone-Controlled Bug are $39.95 each. iPhone-Controlled Beetle and iPhone-Controlled Bug are available in the Insects section of iHelicopters.net. These two insects can work using i-Robot app. You can download the i-Robot app from the App Store. Here is the full specs of this insects.

Product Features

Insect Size : 7.5 cm x 7.7 cm x 3.0 cm
Package Dimension : 13.5cm x 13.5cm x 4.5 cm
Movement : Left/Right, Forward/Back
Control Range : 6 Meter
Suitable for all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch models

Charge Time :

  • Transmitter : 20 minutes
  • Bug : 20 minutes

Playing Time :

  • Transmitter : 40 minutes
  • Bug : up to 20 minutes

Package Contents :

  • Bug or Beetle (100% Assembled)
  • IR Transmitter
  • USB Charger Cable
  • Instruction Manual

Operating instructions :

  • Download and install the “i-Robot” App from the App Store
  • Charge the Transmitter and Insect using the supplied USB Charger Cable
  • Plug the transmitter in the audio jack of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
  • Turn the volume to the max

Source : 9to5mac

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