This wand crawling magic is achieved by a small suction fan on the undercarriage, which has just enough traction to move the very light car on even surfaces. You can also turn the fan down a bit if you want to drive it around on the ground and increase its speed.
The "Laser" part of this product is from its control scheme. Instead of turning around with a joystick or gamepad, there's a laser gun to show you where the car should go, and it'll follow like an overzealous house cat. It is not flawless ̵
It's actually The perfect method for something that is constantly changing direction, often a remote car as steering can be difficult when the car is directed in a different direction than the p We have all these moments played with an RC car In which we forget that our left is not the left of the vehicle, and then we accidentally hit a wall. (Oops.) With the laser pointer, the relative direction of the car does not matter, as it shows where the flickering red dot should go. In addition to the new vehicle frame, the gun has been redesigned, with a much smaller and lighter design that does not feel like a drill.
The original Zero Gravity Laser Racer cars used AA batteries. But the new model charges via USB, which is much cheaper in the long run. It takes about 25 to 30 minutes to recharge 15 minutes of play time, which is not exactly long but at least there are no fierce problems with fresh Duracells (and it's also much cheaper). There is still enough time left to run some races and impress your friends over drinks – it's certainly a great party trick. The new and improved Zero Gravity Laser Racer will be available in red and blue and will be launched in August for a whopping $ 40.