Engineers at Japanese firm Epson have unveiled a tiny, battery-powered flying robot just 8.5cm tall, which can whiz off under its own steam and snap pictures, beaming them back using its built-in Bluetooth transceiver. Sneak is suitably impressed by this exercise in miniaturisation, but is sad to learn that the robot is not for sale. Although, thinking about it, at just 12.3 grams including battery, the μFR-II is not likely to last long against Sir Killalot and his heavyweight chums in Robot Wars...
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