Griffin Technology announces the MOTO TC Monster


Have you heard of Griffin Technology before? Well, if you haven’t an inkling of an idea as to just who they are and what they do, here is a quick primer to get you started on the right footing – Griffin is rated to be one of the world’s foremost creators of innovations for everyday life, where their latest addition to the market would be their latest remote-controlled accessories known as the MOTO TC Monster, as well as the MOTO TC Racer, where both of them are tipped to roll out sometime later in the middle of November.

Both the MOTO TC Monster App and the MOTO TC Racer App will offer touch controls for iOS devices for the respective remote controlled cars, virtually placing you in the driver’s seat where you have the freedom and flexibility to create, record and replay custom routes. The MOTO TC Monster can be picked up for $59.99 a pop, where it comes in the form of a remote-controlled monster truck which relies on Bluetooth connectivity to iOS devices for its controls. Once you have downloaded the free MOTO TC Monster App, you are able to make full use of your “driving license” to so speak in a quartet of way :-

Touch: maneuver using a virtual steering wheel and throttle on the Multi-Touch display
Motion: control steering by tilting the iOS device
Slide: slide a finger across the Multi-Touch display to direct the truck
Tracks: drive using a series of preset routes already configured in the app, including figure eights and track laps

The MOTO TC Racer would not be a monster truck, but rather, a remote-controlled car which comes with an integrated RF (radio frequency) transmitter that paves the way for an easy set-up as well as automatic connection. Once you have downloaded the forthcoming MOTO TC Racer App, you can drive it using the joystick or tilt control. Which would you gun for?

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DNMEBOY Says: November 22, 2012 at 6:23 pm

This thing is a joke. I bought one today and its the worst rc I have ever driven. Its extremely difficult at best to control because it doesn’t have proportional steering. The app is ok but the only method of driving that works is the virtual steering wheel but because of the all or nothing steering its terrible.

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