LEGO Technic 42109 Top Gear Rally Car detailed review

It’s weird to say this about a set with less than 500 pieces, but here is the flagship LEGO Technic set of 2020’s first wave, the 42109 Technic App-Controlled Top Gear Rally Car. It is fully remote controlled out of the box which is something we did not see in many years, at least for a non-off-roader car. So how does it perform? Check it out in the video!

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BuWizz update – FPV Camera support

The BuWizz app had a few updates recently and I think the coolest new feature is the FPV support with a WiFi action camera. You can easily connect to the camera with the app and control your BuWizz-powered vehicle while you watch the live feed on your phone.

The camera is available in the BuWizz store – click here!
If you are not familiar with BuWizz then check out my summary – click here!

Black Friday deals on the smartphones for LEGO

I did a research recently to find the cheapest smartphone that you can buy new and works perfectly with the different LEGO applications, here’s the video about it:

There’s a Black Friday deal available for the phone in the video and also a slightly better one:

Xiaomi Redmi 7A for $79.99 at Gearbest with the coupon GBMI7AEU1 – Click here!

Xiaomi Redmi 8A for $87 at Gearbest with the coupon GBRMI8A01 – Click here!

Cheapest smartphone for LEGO – Xiaomi Redmi 7A

Since the introduction of the Boost system, the Powered Up and Control+ sets I read a lot of complaints about the smartphone requirement. People usually does not want their kids to use the parents’ expensive devices to play with LEGO. I decided to find the best option for a phone that meets the requirements of these applications but still reasonably priced and easy to get.

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Gamepad control for LEGO Technic 42099 & 42100 with BrickController 2

The LEGO Technic 42100 Liebherr R 9800 and the 42099 X-Treme Off-Roader both have their dedicated control app called Control+. Although the app offers a lot of exciting possibilities it cannot be customized and some people (like) me prefer physical control over a touchscreen. The great BrickController 2 app solves this issue, you can use a gamepad that is compatible with your phone and control the LEGO vehicles!

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