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  • Very cool RC toy: "Mission Carrier SWAT truck" with helicopter (video)

    Just yesterday we featured Bandai’s cool remote-controlled heli-robot Sky Armor, and now the same company (its subsidiary CCP, to be exact) announced the Mission Carrier SWAT [JP], a combination of a truck and helicopter. And this toy is even better than Sky Armor. The cool thing about the SWAT truck is the sound and the elevating deck: Push a button on the remote to make the panels in… Read More

  • Mini aircrafts: The Honeybee series gets two new models

    Japanese toy maker CCP is selling two wireless, remote-controlled mini model aircrafts that are part of the company’s so-called HoneyBee series of palm-size flying aircrafts. The Skyvehicle [JP] is designed to look like a helicopter but features three wheels so it can move while being on the ground as well. Read More

  • Meet the miniBee, the world's smallest remote-controlled helicopter

    Japanese toy maker CCP plans to sell the miniBee this week in Nippon [JP], a remote-controlled micro helicopter. The company claims that at a length of 10cm, the toy is the world’s smallest of its kind (weight: 8 grams). Available as a red and a blue version, the miniBee will cost $32 when it hits Japanese stores this week. CCP belongs to the heavily internationalized Bandai Namco… Read More

  • Ultra-cute: Meet Bandai's new Baby Animal robots

    They are little pandas, ice bears, tigers and lions and they all are Japan’s newest toy robots. CCP, the company behind the so-called Baby Animals [JP], is part of the Bandai Namco Group, meaning an export of the robots outside Nippon is possible in the future (Bandai America brought the Mugen Pop Pop to the US, after all). Each of the robots is equipped with four sensors and two buttons. Read More

  • U-Diver: Bandai Japan's remote-controlled micro submarine

    Japanese toy maker CCP has announced the U-Diver, its remote-controlled micro submarine, will be sold in Japan starting at the beginning of next month. CCP isn’t really an international company but belongs to the Bandai Namco group, meaning a future release outside Japan isn’t impossible. The U-Diver, which was showcased for the first time during the Tokyo Toy Show 2008 in June… Read More