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Thread: Endeavor 710 Kobra, RC toy robot, New Bright Industrial Co., Ltd., Hong Kong

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    Endeavor 710 Kobra, RC toy robot, New Bright Industrial Co., Ltd., Hong Kong

    Manufacturer - New Bright Industrial Co., Ltd.

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    710 Kobra, military robot, Endeavor Robotics, Bedford, Massachusetts, USA

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    New Bright 1:3 RC 710 Kobra: What's YOUR Mission?

    Published on Nov 14, 2016

    Crawl, climb, reach, grasp, carry, stream video and broadcast your voice, all from up to 100 feet away!

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    New Bright iRobot Endeavor 710 Kobra robot review, 40" tall, night vision robot

    Published on Nov 16, 2016

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    Crawl, climb, reach, grasp, carry, stream video and broadcast your voice, all from up to 100 feet away! The 2.4GHz radio controlled 710 Kobra can deploy its arm and transform from a compact rover to a 39? reaching claw. Adjustable track drive with pivot steering allows you to move into position on almost any surface. Equipped with 9 individually controlled motors, 710 Kobra can perform almost unlimited tasks. A built-in HD camera transmits all the action to your existing smart phone or tablet via our WiFi enabled, downloadable app! Powered by a rechargeable 12.8 volt Lithium Battery. All required batteries are included.

    Fully Articulated Arm & Claw
    360 Turning Radius
    4-Way Directional Drive
    Articulated Front Treads
    HD Video Camera with WiFi
    Fully Extends to 39 Inches
    Includes Multi-Function Transmitter
    9 Individually Controllable Motors
    Foldaway Smart Phone Cradle
    Downloadable App
    2.4GHz Technology
    Longer Range: 100?
    Faster Response
    Internal Antenna
    Operate Up to 6 at One Time
    Ready to Run
    All Required Batteries Included
    Powered by 12.8 Lithium-ion Battery

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    iRobot 710 Kobra R/C from New Bright

    Published on Jul 9, 2017

    Check out this multi-function, super versatile robot from New Bright. The iRobot Kobra 71 is full of features and very easy to drive and control. Add the app to access the camera, and you're ready for all kinds of exciting missions.

    Product Info: Get ready for an outstanding, feature-packed robot that bridges the gap between toy and hobby products. The iRobot 710 Kobra from New Bright is a multi-function, r/c robot that's packed with features that will make it a cool, electronic companion that can crawl, climb, reach and grasp. With a range of about 100 feet, you can go on all kinds of stealthy missions. And when you download the free app, you can activate a camera and speech function that can let you have all kinds of fun. And don't worry mom and dad, this isn't the quietest robot we've tested, so it's unlikely you'll be taken by surprise.

    But, back to the fun. The basic robot is a solid body that sits on pivoting treads. The remote control drives it forwards and reverse, and it also turns right or left very fluidly. The ability to raise and lower the front treads means that this can even climb. You can use this indoors or out, which is something comparable robots can't do. Outdoors you'll want to avoid sand and water, which should probably be obvious given the electronics and moving parts. The controller is quite sophisticated, and we really liked how versatile is. Naturally, you'll want to play around with it for a while as you get the hang of it, but the learning is actually fun, which isn't always the case with these types of toys.

    Once you master the basic operation, you can really enhance the play by adding the app that works with iOS or Android. This allows you to activate the camera, take pictures, and even speak through the robot. You can shoot in standard or high resolution, and the resolution is impressive. The app connects via onboard WiFi, and while we've found that to be a problem with other robotic toys in the past that wasn't the case with this one. The connection for this was easy and super stable. It does take about a minute to connect, but it was consistent on multiple tries. Images from the camera connect directly to your device. We noticed a little bit of a lag with the images, especially while driving the robot, but it was really okay. You can also broadcast sound. Press and hold the sound button to record, and when you release, your recording will play through the robot. (You can't store sounds, though.) The instructions were very good, and there are good FAQs online if you run into trouble. Some things on the app, we had to figure out by playing with it, but that was easy and largely intuitive.

    The controller takes 4 double-a batteries and the robot uses a rechargeable lithium battery. If you're so inclined, you can actually run up to 6 of them simultaneously on separate channels. Now, this isn't inexpensive, but the price is comparable to other similar types of robots, and given the better performance and ease of use, if you're into this type of robot, this could be a very good choice.

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