The new robotic toy unveiled at CES 2009 promises to be more affordable than the USD$299 Rovio (but no exact figure or release date has been revealed at this stage). The integrated spy-cam captures video and still images and is equipped with wheels designed for fast, smooth mobility and 360-degree turns. The transformable shape changes from ball to camera and back again to enable the device to move with stealth and in disguise.
To watch the live action from the spycam, users can make a connection via any Wi-Fi-enabled device including a PC, laptop, video game console or mobile phone. The included USB cable allows users to configure a simple home network setup process that will allow the Spyball spycam to be controlled from any remote location via the web.
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