Ready to fly, the company's latest quadcopter combines a better camera with GPS, improved wireless, and light, but strong construction.
Announced in May, the small quadcopter with its 14-megapixel camera is headed to stores December, starting at $499.
The company's new smartphone-controlled quadcopter, first announced in May, is finally flying into stores.
The little smartphone-controlled two-wheeled rover is more than your average RC toy, but its price might be just a wee bit too much.
Thanks to very stable flight and easy-to-learn controls, this mobile-device-controlled quad is a blast, but the fun might not last long enough for some.
Parrot's MiniDrone Rolling Spider is a smartphone-controlled quadcopter that can fly and flip with ease. It can even roll up walls and creep across ceilings.
Parrot's second-generation Zik weighs significantly less, offers better sound quality and noise-cancelling, and is loaded with features that are customizable via new apps for Android and iOS devices (and Windows devices in the future).
This smart plant sensor has lots of features, but struggles with specificity and communication.
Parrot takes its consumer-grade line of quadcopters up a notch with the Bebop Drone.
If you can live with its short flight times, the affordable, smartphone-controlled Parrot MiniDrone Rolling Spider is a great quadcopter for beginners and hobbyists.