MSI bundles R/C racing car with Z77 MPOWER motherboard

Posted on Thursday, December 06 2012 @ 12:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In what seems like one of the most awesome motherboard bundles, MSI announced it will start shipping a limited edition of the MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard bundled with a remote controlled MSI racing car! The bundle will start shipping next week in select European markets.
MSI, one of the world’s Top-3 Graphics card and mainboard manufacturers, is launching a limited edition of the MSI Z77 MPOWER mainboard bundled with a remote controlled MSI racing car. This mini F1 racing car is designed with exquisite and realistic appearance and is controlled by a remote controller which can also charge the built-in lithium battery of the car. The limited edition will be available only in selected countries in Europe from the second week of December. Terms & conditions may differ per country.

MSI R/C racing car details
The MSI F1 racing car is designed with exquisite and realistic appearance, and it is controlled by a remote controller which also can charge the built-in lithium battery in the car.

Features of the MSI R/C racing car:
  • Model: 2013.
  • Material: durable plastic.
  • Moves forward/backward, turn left/right and speed up.
  • Remote control can operate and charge the car.
  • Battery: 2.4V 100mAh rechargeable lithium battery (included).
  • Battery for the remote controller: 3 * AA battery (not included).
  • Remote distance: ca. 10 meters.

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