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Swann's releasing three new iDevice controlled helicopters for all the personal espionage / office hijinks you can cope with. The $70 iFly Micro Lightning will annoy colleagues on your floor while the similarly priced Sky Eye includes a camera that will shoot stills and video to its 512MB onboard memory before uploading the results to YouTube or Facebook. For the serious stalker / commercial spy, the Black Swann includes expandable microSD storage (yup, up to 32GB). The latter two devices have a range of 110 feet and all three will fly for eight minutes on a single charge. You'll be able to pick 'em up from Fry's and other good retailers soon, just try to remember not to get fired or arrested for treason, okay?

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Swann Debuts New Fleet of Video Camera Helicopters and iDevice Controlled Helicopters

Santa Fe Springs, Calif. – Today, Swann proudly introduces three new additions to its line of RC helicopters: two that feature on-board wireless video cameras and another that is controlled by iPhone™, iPod™, iPad™. The Sky Eye and Black Swann let users record their flights as videos or still images with the touch of a button and easily share with their friends via the included USB cable. Swann's i-Fly Micro Lightning™ can be operated by either the included IR remote or by an Apple® iDevice with the included adaptor for iPhone™, iPod™, iPad™ and Swann's iFly application.

Swann's helicopters feature Easy-Fly Gyro Technology, trim adjustment for added stability and dual joystick controls on the infrared remote control for 6-way multi-directional flying including up/down, forward/backward, left and right turns. Each helicopter is powered by a lithium ion battery that can be recharged from the cable in the remote control or via USB cable into your PC. The IR remote control is powered by 6 x AA batteries (not included) with an indicator light to assist with charging. Swann's RC helicopters are designed for indoor flying for ages 14+, include a spare set of replacement rotors and a bonus landing pad game.

i-Fly Micro Lightning - Light & fast RC helicopter with iPhone controls

- Control with app's push button controls or enter 'tilt' mode to control the movement of the helicopter by tilting the iDevice
- 3-channel infrared control operates Up/Down, Forward/Backward, Left/Right Turns
- Charges off the remote control or via USB
- Up to 8 minutes of flying time per charge
MSRP $69.99

Sky Eye - RC military helicopter shoots videos and still photos

- Record flights with video or still photos with the push of a button on built-in 512MB memory
- Upload videos or pictures to Youtube, Facebook and more via included USB cable
- Powerful 27MHz radio frequency flys longer distances – 110' away
- 3-channel infrared control operates Up/Down, Forward/Backward, Left/Right Turns
- Up to 8 minutes of flying time per charge
MSRP $99.99

Black Swann - RC stealth helicopter shoots videos and still photos

- Record flights with video or still photos with the push of a button by adding a Micro SD card (up to 32GB)
- Upload videos or pictures to Youtube, Facebook and more via included USB cable
- Powerful 27MHz radio frequency flys longer distances – 110' away
- 3-channel infrared control operates Up/Down, Forward/Backward, Left/Right Turns
- Charges off the remote control or via USB
- Up to 8 minutes of flying time per charge
MSRP $99.99

Swann's RC helicopters will be available for purchase from Fry's Electronics, BrandSmart, and other major retailers coming soon.

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