With its modular design, a mini supercomputer for a brain, a 4K video camera and a top speed of 70 mph, this quad is going after the whole drone market.
Drones, quadcopters, unmanned aerial vehicles. Whatever you call them, there are more to choose from than ever before. Here are the models we can recommend after testing.
For quick stable flights indoors or outside, the Pocket Drone by Odyssey Toys is an excellent option for its features and cool, collapsible design.
The Chinese electronics brand has made good on its plans to launch an affordable quadcopter that will start at about $380 in China.
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The Teal Drone tops out at 70mph and wants to take the whole market by storm no matter the use case.
The UTO X960 Drone is a good hexacopter that's also an inexpensive way to test out first-person-view flying. Treat the FPV like a bonus, though, and not the main reason to buy.
The Parrot Bebop 2 definitely improves on the original and remains a good choice for its portability and safer design, but stiffer competition and merely good image quality limit its overall appeal.
Move over, BB-8: The Air Hogs Ultimate Millennium Falcon is a good fit for anyone -- young or old -- who just wants a cool little quad to fly around the house.
Amazon's long-developed Prime Air drone delivery system may see its first application in the UK.
We'd be down to order drone-delivered donuts from a local convenience store. The chicken sandwich, though...not so much.
A YouTuber uses a robotic arm to create tactile feedback in virtual reality; also, 7-Eleven partners with Flirtey to complete the first ever commercial drone delivery in the US.