The JJRC R3 CADY WILL is one of two larger robots in JJRC’s lineup of toy robots. It is also the most advanced of the three in terms of features yet still costs just $43 shipped at GearBest. Though not exactly a highly advanced humanoid robot, the value it offers is incredibly good.
Author: Adrin Sham
Up to this point, we’ve seen the release of many affordable selfie drones but only a handful of them are capable of taking truly good selfies. While the best selfie or lifestyle drone so far is still the DJI Spark, it is priced beyond what many can afford.
JJRC is a company well known for producing RC products such as drones and RC cars but recently it has decided to venture into a new market — that of entry-level toy robots which are fast gaining popularity. JJRC’s toy robot debut includes three models all of which cost less than $50.
The X5S is a large format DIY 3D printer kit from TronXY and is the only model from the company that features a CoreXY design Currently priced at just $290 with free shipping at GearBest, the X5S is a printer that offers fantastic value considering that it is a CoreXY 3D printer with a large print capacity of 330 x 330 x 400mm.
The AKK X2 is a 40-channel FPV video transmitter that costs just $22 shipped. Unlike the earlier the all-in-one A3 which I reviewed earlier, the X2 does not come with a pre-installed antenna or camera. With that said, the X2 is more of a FPV transmitter (Tx) that is more suited to those who want to use their own choice of antenna and camera.
Things are about to get more exciting in the consumer 3D printer market as the latest range of JGAURORA 3D printers are now available at GearBest. The range consists of five models with prices ranging from $400 to $1990.