How do you make a gyro-stabilized drone that is under an inch square? I have no idea, but SKEYE has managed it with the Pico, which is $34.99 shipped at TechnoBuffalo Deals.
This tiny quadcopter has all the responsiveness of a drone many times its size. There are three levels of control sensitivity for pilots of varying abilities, with the most sensitive allowing veterans to pull off flips and dives. Six-axis stabilization ensures the Pico stays settled in the wind, and LEDs keep the drone visible in the dark. For transportation, the drone fits into a specially made compartment in the controller, meaning you can easily take it to work for lunchtime flights around the office. It charges via the supplied USB cable, with a flight time of 7-8 minutes. And in case you try to show off a little too hard, there are four spare rotors in the box.
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