The connected-device company Parrot says it sold more than 600,000 of its two Minidrones from last year -- the Rolling Spider and Jumping Sumo -- so it's expanding the line to include five new models, each in two or three designs, so 13 Minidrones in all.
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.
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.