CES 2007: WowWee's Robopanda and FlyTech Dragonfly


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WowWee really are excelling themselves at CES this year, the Tech Digest team are not only impressed with the Elvis-bot they’re showing, but the chaps who brought us the Robosapien back in the day have recently given us a sneak peek at a couple of their new products. Firstly, the sweet-as-apple-pie Robopanda has a head-mounted IR sensor, stereo sound, a fair amount of advanced sensors, and the best thing, it also reads bedtime stories, enabling it to be not only toddler-friendly, but busy-parent friendly as well. The next best thing in the line-up is the FlyTech Dragonfly, apparently the ‘world’s first radio-controlled flying insect’, which has 150 feet of wireless range, and can fly for 10 minutes, before needing a charge-up. No word as yet on pricing or availability, but we’re sure Boystuff.co.uk will be on the case as soon as possible.


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Katherine Hannaford
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