The Airborne Night quadcopters are basically the same as last year's Rolling Spider. However, instead of that model's attachable set of large, lightweight plastic wheels that let you drive the Spider up walls and across ceilings and offered some propeller protection, you get a protective hull and a pair of LED headlights.
The Airborne Night will come in three different versions and will sell for $129. UK and Australia prices have not been announced yet, but the US price converts to approximately £80 and AU$170.
The new Cargo model has a six-stud baseplate on top for use with Lego bricks or figures.
The $99 Cargo will come in two versions. UK and Australia prices have not been announced yet, but the US price converts to approximately £65 and AU$130.
If you'd like to tackle the air and water, the Parrot Hydrofoil combines a quadcopter with an attachable floating base. Attach the copter to a hinged mount on top of the base and spin up its propellers.
The quadcopter lifts into a vertical position, pushing the Hydrofoil across water at speeds up to 5.4 knots (6mph, 10kph). It will be available in two styles and sell for $179 (about £115 and AU$230).
On the ground, joining Parrot's Jumping Sumo (which was launched alongside the Rolling Spider) are the Jumping Night and Jumping Race.
A front-mounted camera gives you a view of the action as you roll around and can record clips to 4GB of internal storage.
The two-wheeled robots feature a retractable leg that can send them into the air up to 2.5 feet (76cm).
The Jumping Night ($189; £120 and AU$245 converted) is essentially the Jumping Sumo with LED headlights.
The Jumping Race pairs a set of larger tires and a more powerful motor to push its top speed to 8 mph (13kph); the Night and Sumo tap out at 4 mph (6.5kph).
The Race will sell for $189, too, and both will come in three versions.
Parrot hasn't given an exact date, but the Minidrones are expected in stores this fall -- just in time for holiday shopping season, of course.