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Photos: Gadget maker spins 'smallest indoor helicopter'

At CES 2006, Interactive Toy Concepts is unveiling the Micro Mosquito, designed for aerial stunts in the home or office.
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Micro Mosquito

In time for the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, Interactive Toy Concepts unveils what it claims to be the world's smallest indoor helicopter, the Micro Mosquito. The craft flies in all directions with a digital control, and hovers, too.

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in hand

The Micro Mosquito, which is 7-inches long and has a rotor diameter of 6 inches, fits in the palm of your hand. Read CNET's review of the tiny chopper.

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controls

The company says its latest helicopter is a "great gadget toy for the home or office." According to its Web site, Interactive Toy Concepts has made quite a splash on television with its products featured on shows such as CSI, the Discovery Channel's Daily Planet and Late Night with David Letterman.

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