The Sting Bee

The Sting Bee toy helicopter from BeeWi is controlled by a smartphone app and can shoot infrared bullets. It's priced at $119.99
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Sting Bee and BeeWi tank

BeeWi's battle bots can fight each other or an electronic target.
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Scara Bee

The Wi-Fi-controlled buggy is designed for indoor and outdoor use, and equipped with an on-board VGA camera, for live video capture and recording.
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Sting Bee

When a Sting Bee's been "hit" in battle too many times, the helicopter shuts off.
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BeeWi's toys

BeeWi's remote-control toys connect to an app available for iOS and Android.
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The BeeWi tank

The tank, which shoots infrared bullets at its opponents, will be available in the U.S in June.
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The BeeWi tank

You can control the Tank Bee a smartphone app that's available for both iOS and Android.
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