By Jorge Figueiredo - October 5th, 2013
Practically any remote-controlled vehicle can keep kids of all ages occupied for as long as the vehicle remains interesting – which is usually as long as the batteries will last. To make that formula a little more exciting, you can find a toy that uses a smartphone app as the remote, giving you an even more interesting way to play with a toy. Recently, Orbotix (a company based out of Boulder, Colorado) invited me to check out one of the gadgets produced by their shop. It’s called Sphero 2.0, and it’s a remote-controlled sphere. Now, I can hear the gears turning, so I’ll break it down for you – it’s a lot cooler than you might think and is more than just a simple remote-controlled device.
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