Light, sturdy, and easy to fly are the key features most people look for when they start searching for an RC plane, and the LiteHawk Zoom fits the bill perfectly.
There’s a lot of power under the hood of the LiteHawk Zoom. Brushless Motor Technology gives you the juice to take flight, Carbon Reinforced Links create a solid little plane without adding weight, and Detachable Landing Gear is perfect for taking off or landing on rough surfaces. And even though it’s created from foam, the LiteHawk feels super sturdy.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve owned a few RC cars in your time. In my house, we’ve run through everything from cars to planes and helicopters, and the one thing I can count on for sure is that they won’t last. The run-of-the mill, built-to-the-usual specs RC vehicle can’t stand up to the use and loving abuse from a family of boys who just want to go bigger, farther, and faster.
But the Traxxas Slash 4X4 isn’t a run-of-the mill, built-to-the-usual specs type of RC vehicle. It flies across the grass, speeds across the pavement, and rips up the brush no matter where you put it. With an all-new rigid chassis that’s smooth underneath, it has a high ground clearance to avoid snags and tangles in tall grass and it will bounce back and keep going, no matter how high or fast it goes. It even has waterproof components like the electronic speed control, receiver box, and high-torque digital steering servo, so you can rip through puddles or take it out in the rain.
With extreme prejudice, Vault Hunter Kurtis dropped onto Pandora with both hands filled with an endless succession of high powered weaponry, eager to put pedis to posterior and take back the planet from a vicious, arrogant, and frankly, rather insulting overlord. Was it everything it was cracked up to be? Join us friends, and find out.
It’s no secret that kids these days are far more technologically advanced than their parents were when they were pre-teens. I mean, let’s be honest … in the early 1980’s the most technologically advanced gadget at our disposal was an Atari. And as cool as Q-Bert was at the time, it’s no iPad. Kids these days are growing up in a society where the world is really just a tap and a swipe away. And while there are myriad apps that are, well, let’s just say “unsuitable” for elementary aged kids, there are a just as many that provide inspiration, education, and engagement for eager young minds. And no, I’m not talking about Angry Birds.
So you went and bought yourself a shiny new Blu-Ray player did ya? You couldn’t wait to upgrade your theater room experience from good to great…well done. Blu-Rays essentially pack in more information when it comes to picture and sound and therefore your fancy new Blu-Ray player was well worth the money because now you get a way better picture and much better surround sound.
Now that we're back into full-time school mode, it's time to revisit your choice of school supplies. If you're looking for a machine that will do it all, and not put your back out because it's heavier than your textbooks - Ultrabooks are for you!
When it comes to consumer electronics, Apple is one of the leading brands on the innovation front - you have to admit that products like the iPod and iPad have been pretty darn cutting edge. I mean, seriously, five years ago, I don’t think any of us would have imagined we would be able to swipe the surface of our phones to answer a call, check email, and route our road trips via an integrated GPS.
Surprisingly though, there is one Apple technology that many people haven’t heard much about – Apple AirPlay. Released alongside Apple’s iOS 4.2, AirPlay allows users of multiple Apple products to stream media wirelessly from one product on another. Let’s illustrate, shall we?
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