The first generation of Air Hogs (radio controlled car) was special in a sense where it was able to stick to walls when moving around, and has just been given a 2010 facelift (if the auto industry does so for their vehicles, why not the toy auto segment?) that comes with a new controller which makes it a whole lot easier to control the Air Hog in its vertical position. New models of the Air Hog will rely on “Laser Zero Gravity” which basically comprises of a laser beam shot on the wall for the car to follow. The new remote comes in the shape of a gun, allowing you to point the beam to the exact place where you want the car to follow. Expect this new updated model to hit the markets sometime later this year, and you can even enjoy it at night as it glows in the dark.
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