LAS VEGAS--Interactive Toy Concepts was showing off its new "Wi-Spi" line of remote control video surveillance devices at CES Unveiled 2012 on Sunday (Jan 8) evening.
The firm was demoing two models, a helicopter and a race car, both of which can be remote controlled via a phone application to fly or drive around shooting live stream videos, which show up directly back on the user's phone and can be quickly uploaded to YouTube, Facebook and other social networks.
The car - aptly codenamed "the Intruder" - can sneak around filming secret footage replete with audio, while the helicopter can fly around and capture both video and still scenes furtively from above.
"It's perfect if you want to spy on your colleague in the next cube," a rep from the firm told us.
Both models will be available in the fall of 2012, with the Wi-Spi Helicopter costing $120 while the Intruder race car will cost $100.
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