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The editors liked

  • Well built
  • Simple design
  • Fast and maneuverable
  • Easy to setup and control
  • Adjustable performance characteristics
  • Quick recharge

The editors didn't like

  • Can't seem to go back to the Darkside in app
  • Darkside Edition is $30 more than standard Ollie

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  Published: 2018-03-31, Author: Jason , review by: lifewire.com

  • Abstract:  So what does this soft-bellied doggie have in contrast to its more hard-shelled cousin? Here's a closer look at the cuddly canine.It's huggable: Unlike the original I-Dog, you don't need to worry about sleeping with this particular item and crushing it...

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  Published: 2015-12-31, Author: Jacen , review by: the-gadgeteer.com

  • Well built, simple design, Fast and maneuverable, Easy to setup and control, Adjustable performance characteristics, Quick recharge
  • Can't seem to go back to the Darkside in app, Darkside Edition is $30 more than standard Ollie

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  Published: 2015-06-24, review by: toptenreviews.com

  • Abstract:  The Sphero Ollie is a cylindrical, app-controlled robot droid from Orbotix. It measures 10 x 4.3 x 4.8 inches and weighs 15 ounces. The Ollie has a durable white polycarbonate shell that can survive falls and bumps. Along its circumference, there is a ser...

 
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  Published: 2015-03-21, review by: examiner.com

  • Abstract:  Robots tend to fall into two categories -- boring and extra dull. Darkside Ollie is neither, because he's not designed to educate but to run fast and furious. Okay let me explain. You take what looks like a cylinder that's on its side and equip it with wh...

 
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  Published: 2015-03-15, Author: Tuan , review by: techwalls.com

  • Abstract:  By this time last year, I had the chance to try the Sphero 2.0 robotic ball and it was such an interesting toy. That's the reason I was so excited when Sphero sent me its new-generation toy for reviewing.It is called Orbotix Ollie and the unit I received...

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  Published: 2015-07-27, review by: tekgadg.com

  • Abstract:  SpecsSphero Ollie Darkside has got to be one of the coolest Bluetooth toys I've ever seen. You can connect it to your smartphone or tablet and make it go super fast! Check out the review video above for details.Sean...

 
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  Published: 2015-06-22, Author: Tim , review by: cgmagonline.com

  • Overall, the Ollie, ‘Darkside' edition is a neat companion to follow you around the house or wherever you plan to venture off to...

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  Published: 2015-06-19, Author: Alex , review by: fatducktech.com

  • Abstract:  Once more unto the toy cupboard, this time with Ollie's evil twin, Darkside Ollie.Is it worth turning to the dark side for your remote control fix?Over at PC Mag Australia, I've taken Darkside Ollie for a quite literal spin, although he won't go on sale h...

 
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  Published: 2014-07-05, Author: Mario , review by: gizmodo.com.au

  • Abstract:  Ollie is the latest phone-controlled toy from the developers behind the Sphero robotic ball. For Ollie, the team actually reduced the toy's functionality so that it's basically just a super fast cylinder. It races around on two wheels, spinning, jumping a...

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  Published: 2014-11-06, Author: Patrick , review by: futurefive.co.nz

  • Abstract:  Who've thought that a plastic doodad the size of a can of Pringles could move so damned fast, or that it could be so much fun to drive?Orbotix, the crowd who made Sphero, the little robotic ball that could, has a new remote controlled robot on the block...

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