Fly your own helicopter right out of the box! How cool is that?
If You’re looking for the perfect gift for someone who has it all, you just found it. Radio helicopters can cost hundreds and require extensive training to fly. With the High Flyer you’re ready to fly right out of the box.
Get the kids away from the TV and computer and make it a great time as you see the High Flyer soar over 100ft! Get one for yourself too and realize your dream of flying your own helicopter for under $50*.
The High Flyer RC helicopter comes complete with a full function 2 channels remote, AC charger and on-board 7.2V battery.
We recommend flying in an open field with plenty of room to fly and grass for smoother landing. With 24″ blades you can reach height of up to 100′ at up to 20 miles per hour. A true BLAST!
So find out for yourself how cool it is to fly your own helicopter and let the High Flyer steal the show from all your other gifts!
What is it? Laser gun? Telescope? Nope. This thing called MySky has built-in GPS, LCD screen, magnetic north sensors, electronic accelerometers, & complex circuitry.
Take the MySky out of its package, plug in some batteries, go outside, preferably at night although even when you can’t see them, the stars are still there during the day. Now let the MySky figure out its location and time via GPS. There are three different basic modes to using the night sky - Identify, Find, & Guided Tour. In ‘Identify’ Mode, the default, you will be presented with a real time LCD view of the night sky, complete with constellations. Simply point it to the object of choice in the real sky, and shoot. It will identify! You can also take a ‘Guided Tour’ of the best objects available to you at the moment based on your location, date & time. Finally, if you want to locate a specific object (planet, comet, galaxy, etc.) - you can navigate through the menus, select the item and your MySky will point out its location in the real sky.
Expensive mini-PCs are supposed to be the next big thing in computing, and Seamless Internet’s new mini-PC “for serious business users” aims to be a leader. The 14 oz. device purportedly has an 8-hour battery life and a fold-out keyboard meant to silence two key criticisms of these ultra small computers: power drain and “dumb thumb.” Other features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and tri-band cellular technology plus an Intel PXA 270 Xscale 520 MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive, and Microsoft Windows CE 5.0.