Brookstone launches Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank

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Brookstone has released the Rover App-Controlled Spy Tank for iOS devices. Controlled wirelessly from an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad using a free universal app, the Rover can explore within a range of to 200 feet streaming live video and sound back to the device. An infrared night vision mode is also available to allow users to navigate Rover in the dark. Users can control the Rover from the app using either on-screen directional arrows or using the accelerometer-based G-Drive mode and can capture still photos from the camera. The Rover Spy Tank runs on 6 included AA batteries and is available from Brookstone for $150.

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