japanese toy giant Tomy says it's about to roll out the next generation
in tiny copters, and it's calling this one the Heli-Q. The company says
this is the world's smallest radio controlled toy helicopter, but other
than its smaller size, its specs seem similar to those of Picco-Z
Styrofoam helicopters we've flown before.
The Picco-Z took a 20-minute charge of its battery to give us an
eight-minute flight, but Tomy conservatively says this Heli-Q will fly
for five minutes on each charge.
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