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Mota Remote-Controlled Helicopter for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch
The Mota helicopter loftily slices through tropospheric air, hovering and maneuvering at the command of its iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch owner. From a distance of up to 20 feet, pilots control their chopper via a free app. The app allows operators to choose between using their device’s touchscreen or accelerometer to dictate the helicopter’s flight path. The mechanical bird arrives fully charged and recharges via USB. First-time users only need to download the free app and mail a thank-you card to the Wright Brothers before taking to the skies.
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
- Must download a free app that controls the helicopter’s altitude, direction, and onboard lights
- 20-foot flying range helps kids rescue baseballs from birds’ nests
- Three-channel radio control
- Includes a USB cable for swift and simple recharging
- Product specs:
- Dimensions: 9”x4.5”x2.5”
- Weight: 56 g
- Power source: 3.7-volt 240mAH lithium-polymer battery
- Charge time: approximately 30 minutes
iPhone Shutter Grip
The iPhone Shutter Grip ($40) attaches to your phone via the dock connector, giving you dedicated shutter and video buttons right where you’d expect them. The downside? It only works with Belkin’s LiveAction camera app — good thing Instagram imports photos.