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Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank with Night Vision

February 27, 2014 - Comment

Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank with Night Vision. Let the secret agent training begin… Drive Rover with your iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone device, smartphone or iPad tablet. Built-In Mic transmits sound back to your device in real time. Manually adjustable camera streams live video and takes still photos. Undetectable infrared light night

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Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank with Night Vision. Let the secret agent training begin… Drive Rover with your iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone device, smartphone or iPad tablet. Built-In Mic transmits sound back to your device in real time. Manually adjustable camera streams live video and takes still photos. Undetectable infrared light night vision lets you see items in the dark Generates its own Wi-Fi connection for your device. Wireless range goes up to 200 ft. unobstructed, explores up to 100 ft. around walls into other rooms. Navigate using the on-screen driving arrow controls. G-Drive Mode turns your device into a steering wheel in your hand. Power Runs on 6 AA batteries (included). Free App from the iTunes App Store Mission possible. Whether following friends and family, navigating the office or investigating the activities of your dog, it’s all possible with the audio/visual-enabled and photo-taking Rover. Its built-in microphone transmits sound back to your device in real time, so you can hear everything as it’s being said. The manually adjustable camera streams live video and takes still photos, letting you see what’s going on in other rooms. It even takes pictures as proof. Low-light setting? No problem! The undetectable infrared night vision lets you see items in the dark. Mission. Accomplished. App-controlled. The Rover Spy Tank is app-controlled via your iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPhone device, or iPad tablet. It generates its own Wi-Fi wireless connection for your smart device (no frequency interference). The impressive wireless range lets it travel up to 200 ft. unobstructed, up to 100 ft. around walls into other rooms. Navigate it with the on-screen driving arrows or use the G-Drive Mode that uses your device’s accelerometer like a steering wheel in your hands. To get started, download the free app from the iTunes App Store SM . Powered by 6 AA batteries (included). This remote control vehicle is designed a

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Etienne says:

WiFi range too short The toy is well built and a nice concept, but the main flaw is the WiFi range. The max distance is about 7 to 8 meters (25 ft), even without any obstacles. Beyond that, I’m always loosing control (without warning, as you don’t have any signal strength indication). Both with my iPad 2 and iPhone 4S.The toy creates its own ad-hoc wifi. This is useful where there’s no network. But when you have one, eg at your home, it’s a pity you cannot use it for a better range.As it is…

Shelbell7777 "shelbell7777" says:

Compared to other devices we’ve tried, this one is the best We got the ihelicopter, the little monster truck and this spy tank to use with the various iPads/iphones in the house. This one is by far the easiest to set up and a use. I love that it has an iPad specific app (instead of just an iPhone app that you can put on the iPad). The kids enjoy it a lot. Two things that would make it better 1. The ability to record video, not just take still shots and 2. The ability to move the camera to different angles. The way it is now, you pretty much see the…

Alexdoc says:

Good idea, but need improvement in quality The toy was purchased directly from Brookstone. Base on description and photo, looks as one of the most attractive in the category (taking into account asked price). But when I have received it, I have found same problems, which already was described in one of the reviews below – short operation range (6-7 meters only), low quality of sound. In addition, it’s rather noisy to be a “spy tank” After about two weeks of light use it is fails – lost connection with controlling device (I have tried…

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