New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/28/2012 -- When you hear the name Robocopter GST Special Edition, you might imagine a part robot, part helicopter monster that is set to take over the world. It turns out the Robocopter GST is actually a remote control helicopter that is made of metal. Even though the Robocopter GST is not a cool robot monster, DadDoes.Com still decided to try the Robocopter out and publish an honest review.
The review for the Robocopter GST Special Edition goes over all the features and specs on the RC helicopter, but that is not the focus of the review. Dad Does is a dad blog that concentrates on doing real world product reviews. They believe that consumers are more interested in how a product actually worked in the real world, rather than just reading a tech spec sheet.
“The Robocopter GST is a great RC helicopter. It is easy to fly and the metal construction gives the helicopter a very solid feel. The kids who tested the Robocopter had no problem controlling the helicopter and greatly enjoyed piloting the R/C helicopter all around the house” states Dan Nessel of DadDoes.Com .
With the holiday season fast approaching, Dad Does has been featuring toy reviews, but they are also reviewing fun tech gadgets for the grownups. This week DadDoes.Com reviewed the D-Link SharePort All-In-One Mobile Companion (DIR-505).
The D-Link DIR-505 is a small portable wireless router that can create a Wi-Fi hotspot from any internet connection. In addition, consumers can plug a USB drive into the DIR-505 and have access to any of the files on their iPad or iPhone via a free SharePort App.
Nessel states, “The DIR-505 is one of those strange devices you never knew you needed, until you get it. Once you have it, you can’t believe you survived without it. For parents that travel, the D-Link SharePort All-In-One Mobile Companion can be a real life saver.”
Dad Does will continue to focus on reviewing possible gift ideas for the 2012 holiday season. This will include additional reviews of toys, games, video games (such as the new Wii U video game system), clothes, gadgets and food.
Nessel concludes, “We know it is still September, but the holidays will be here before we know it. Our hope is that our objective product reviews make it easier for parents to pick out the best gifts for this holiday season. In addition, we encourage readers to contact us if they have any product they really want to see reviewed.”
Dad Does is the place where Dads Do Things and Review Things. Founded in September, 2010, by Dan Nessel, DadDoes.Com has already become a destination site for Dads and Moms looking for brutally honest, informative and real product reviews and toy reviews. DadDoes.Com believes that parents care about more than just cribs and strollers– they don’t stop eating, drinking and playing just because they become parents. Dads and Moms do see things through a different lens and DadDoes.Com looks to provide information on everything, through that parent lens.