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|Bearing size||Size E Yomega Small|
Through this technology, the RPM can also measure how long the user lets it sleep, how many loops performed with it, and detects mistakes to maintain a record in each of those categories. Much like the Raider that it is based on, the RPM features a ball bearing axle and starburst response. One of the yo-yo's body halves contained the internal circuitry, along with an LCD screen for visual output, battery covers, and three buttons; One for turning the yo-yo on and switching to different modes of play, another for viewing the high scores, and the third for showing the playing results.
- Tiger Electronics had developed and distributed a similar electronic yo-yo called the E-Yo.
- An electronic yo-yo was also distributed by The Gap as a promotional item for the Gap Kids line.
- The RPM was erroneously described by some sources online as having a transaxle sleeve when the yo-yo actually has a roller bearing.