It may seem awesome or lame, depending on your point of view, but any way you slice it the video of these Korean kids doing a street drift challenge with their rc cars is just fun. (Thanks Adam!)
The versatile remote-controlled quadricopter is now available for pre-order. It can only be controlled using an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad for now, but apps for other platforms are on the way.
Tony Nijhuis’ incredible R/C model plane not only looks just like the real B-50 bomber on which it’s based, it actually flies. The plane has a 19-foot wingspan, and took 2 years and $9000 to build.
Here’s the perfect gift for lazy weekend warriors who like to fish. You’ll never cast a line again with this motorized vessel lets you drive your bait to the location of your choice using a remote control.
The propeller doesn’t leave much room for smuggling Jedi, princesses, or droids, but Hasbro’s R/C Millenium Falcon is no piece of junk: it flies up to five minutes at a time. Thanks, Thorir!
Go green (and fast) with Horizon’s H-Cell 2.0, which converts RC electric cars, robots, and boats to run on hydrogen; refill using Hydrostik cartridges or via a Hydrofill refueling station.
The last thing R/C enthusiasts need is an arms race, but the Quanum Bomb System is sure to be a blast; it drops a nylon bomb that can be filled with powder for explosive effect.
An Aqua Modeler in Japan puts the ship back in spaceship with this remote-controlled, underwater capable Enterprise; they’ve also converted Battleship Yamato and the USS Voyager.
Yes, 900 Global’s Remote Control Bowling Ball is cheating, but it’s for a good cause: designed for disabled children, it uses an internal weight to adjust the movement of the ball.
With a downforce-creating carbon fiber chassis and all-wheel-drive, Nic Case’s RC car is now the world’s fastest at 161 mph; it uses an 11 hp motor, with power from a 12-cell battery pack.
It’s every 80s kid’s dream come true: the Heli Mission SWAT Truck is like Airwolf and Knight Rider all in one, with a truck which opens up to reveal a flyable RC helicopter on a platform.
Bill’s remote-controlled eagle gets into a machine vs. nature dogfight with a young bald eagle in the amazing video above; he’s only saved by fancy flying and a surprise crow wingman.
Just “plane” awesome: 73 remote controlled airplanes take flight simultaneously at the 2009 Joe Nall, a gathering of RC flight enthusiasts at the Triple Tree Aerodrome in South Carolina.
With an underwater remote, all this RC Manta Ray needs is a shark fin to cause serious chaos at the pool; able to do barrel rolls, loops and Immelmanns, it sounds more F-16 than fish.
These mini R/C Mario Kart racers literally turn on a dime, making them ideal for cubicle obstacle courses; you’ll get green shells, bananas, a turbo button, and your choice of Mario or Yoshi.
The Bulldog RC Rider is a 1:3 scale monster truck that also happens to be rideable with a pair of flip-up handles, converting it into a mini-ATV with a 110cc engine and disc brakes.
Foment your own undead rebellion with this 7.75″ R/C Zombie that groans as he shambles; he features a poseable joints and is operated by a brain-shaped remote control.
Pushing our couch potato habits to their limits, this radio controlled beer buggy is a 1:12 scale dune buggy which will hold up to two beer cans, minus the hot volleyball beach chicks.
Think Cylon meets Silver Surfer: using two counter-rotating fans, the Cyber Surfer R/C Spaceboard is a pretty sweet flying toy; an accelerometer keeps him hanging ten instead of wiping out.
Not satisfied to dominate the streets with the X-Bow, KTM’s Barracuda concept promises to conquer the waves with a sleek, dagger-shaped hydrofoil; it’s designed for circuit races.
The Black Stealth Helicopter isn’t the first dual rotor RC copter, but at $30 it’s one of the most affordable. The 3-channel copter can moves up, down, left, right, forwards and backwards.
The EXI 450ZL Pro Version is an electric mini heli with an Alpha 400 brushless motor and 1300 mAh Li-Po battery. It comes 95% assembled, meaning nearly instant 3D acrobatics.
Using a radio-controlled E-Flite Blade 400, retired marine and present-day UAV consultant Dave Herbert gives a new meaning to “fly fishing” with the video above. Warning: circus music.
The Axon Razorback Anti-Gravity Racer is an RC hovercraft that can hit up to 45 mph; this bad boy drifts and jumps like none other. Available sometime in September: daddy wants.
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