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Tailor Toys Launches Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane

Las Vegas, NV, January 2014 – Tailor Toys LLC, will launch their PowerUp® 3.0 Smartphone
controlled paper airplane conversion kit at the International CES Booth #36188, January
7-10, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
PowerUp® Toys fuse a unique combination of traditional origami with cutting edge
technology. PowerUp® 3.0 utilizes Bluetooth Smart to convert your self-made paper
airplane into a Smartphone-controlled flying machine.
Tailor Toys LLC has launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance PowerUp® 3.0, which has
achieved a record breaking performance, leaving away behind its original $50,000 goal and
reaching over $800,000 with 20 days till the end of the campaign. http://kck.st/IfPkIA
More acknowledgment to the success and appeal of The PowerUp® 3.0 was received from
the Popular Science Best of NY Toy Fair 2013 Award.
PowerUp® 3.0 is entirely app-controlled will be for both iOS and Android. Tilting the phone
controls the high-precision rudder, allowing you to steer your plane. By Increasing or
decreasing the propeller speed via a touch screen interface you can control the altitude of
the aircraft.
The PowerUp® 3.0 Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane Conversion Kit includes a
Bluetooth Smart module enabling over 10 minutes of controlled flight, a Li-Ion rechargeable
power pack (1000mAh) for both Smart module and Smartphone, micro USB cable, special
template papers including an illustrated waterproof paper and a spare propeller and rudder
all packed in a deluxe premium packaging.
The PowerUp® 3.0 is a durable crash proof design, exceptionally easy to use, with a range
of up to 180 feet. Ages 14+ MSRP: $50. Available June 2014

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