The development of this tiny drone toy bears exciting implications for increasing the espionage potential of camera-equipped quadricopters. This particular model has been kept pretty simple, however, giving the user a good time just by flying it.
A little remote control comes with the innovative TRNDlabs plaything, equipped with right and left joysticks that help you to make turns, do flips, and to raise or lower the aerial gadget. There are three settings for this tiny drone toy that enable people of different skills to make the thing fly. You can select beginner, advanced or expert, respectively increasing the impressiveness of the stunts, but requiring finer tuned technique with each rank. Although it's small, this flying toy makes drone technology more affordable, costing just lightly over $50 to purchase.
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Amelia Roblin — February 11, 2015 — Life-Stages