These tiny ChoroQ Qsteer R/C cars from ThinkGeek feature independent channels and even a turbo button, so you’re able to “pit these mini sports cars against each other in a desktop duel to your stapler.” Video after the break. Click here for one more picture.

Normally tiny R/C cars are hard to drive and control like crap. They zip off your desk and land in the trash the minute you hit the gas. Not these precision ChoroQ Qsteer Mini R/C Racers imported from japan. Amazingly we were able to zoom these mini cars all over our desk with nary a fender bender