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SKEYE Nano Drone

A quadcopter that fits in the palm of your hand

by Hans Aschim
on 13 January 2015
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At just four centimeters by four centimeters, the SKEYE Nano Drone from Netherlands-based gadget-maker TRNDlabs is presently the smallest consumer quadcopter on the market. Appearing like a prop out of a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids/Star Wars mashup, the SKEYE's design takes cues from its larger brethren—including the HD camera-toting micro ZANO that recently caught the attention of amateur pilots and fledgling surveillance techs at CES. With three flight settings (expert, intermediate and thankfully an ultra-stable beginner mode) users can test their flight skills in varying environments with reduced fear of crashing due to the SKEYE's unprecedented size. Though the remote control has a range of just 50 feet, the nimble flying machine is sure to be embraced by those looking for unconventional entertainment in close quarters.

Pick up the SKEYE now for the special price of $35 via The Next Web. If you miss the sale, visit TRNDlabs, where SKEYE sells for $49. Your cat will thank you.

Images courtesy of TRNDlabs

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