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« on: October 10, 2015, 03:00:27 am »

Review: Parrot Airborne Night and Airborne Cargo Drones

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                  Parrot's 2010 AR.Drone set a standard for iOS controlled toys, and the company has continued to evolve its drone lineup, branching into rolling and jumping drones, continuing its full-size lineup with entries like Bebop Drone, and entering the flying minidrone space with last year's Rolling Spider. The company's latest series of "Airborne" minidrones takes the smaller fliers back to a more basic drone design, eschewing the unusual but unique wheeled design of Rolling Spider in favor of more traditional flying drone features such as cameras and lighting. As with Parrot's jumping drone lineup, the flying minidrones have now also been split into two separate models – in this case a "night" version and a "cargo" version. Both operate in basically the same manner with only a few key differences, so we're covering both in a single review and will simply note the options that are specific to only one or the other. {/exp:char_limit}

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