Want to drive a car using a remote device, ala James Bond and his Sony Ericsson phone in the backseat while piloting a BMW 7 Series? Well, here is something less adventurous but equally exciting (for some) – an Android-powered BeeWi which controls a miniature Mini Cooper through the use of a Bluetooth connection. Intuitive motion control using a smartphone’s orientation sensor or touchscreen interface makes controlling this cute little car a hoot, where it will come with an extremely zippy motor alongside full directional steering. Powered by a trio of AA batteries, it will require an Android 2.1+ smartphone or a Nokia Symbian S60 (3rd or 5th edition).
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