Top 9 smartphone-driven gadgets
Updated: 2015-05-28 07:10
Mobile Internet has added a new dimension to people's lives. Thanks to the development of smartphones more consumer electronic devices can be operated via such applications.
Let's take a look at the hottest-selling app-driven gadgets according to NetEase tech channel.
Ollie is an app-controlled robot that pairs with a smart device via Bluetooth LE and is powered by USB charging. Users can build their own courses and jumps, master skills and create custom trick combinations to share with friends.
Sphero, the US-based manufacturer that produced the robot was founded in Boulder, Colorado and debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early 2011. The company has since expanded globally, setting up distribution in 70 counties expanding its product line to include more robots and accessories.
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