Mini drones from Parrot works on land, air, and water
Technology advancements has changed the main purpose of Drones, which was initially used for surveillance by the U.S army. Parrot has now introduced five new types of mini drones for land, water and air.
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Parrot has fulfilled the dreams of millions for having their own robotic squadron, which are controlled with the help of smartphone app. According to Parrot, “the company sold more than 60,000 of its mini drones, as compared to the last year. The most hit items on the sale were the Rolling Spider and Jumping Sumo .So, the company expanded their products lines in two main these categories”.
An interesting fact has been seen in these drones i.e. the company has used LEGO bricks in it. The Rolling Spider quad-copter has an attachable set of large and lightweight plastic wheels which will help you drive the Spider up the walls and across ceilings, along with some propeller protection.
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Whereas, the new Airborne Night has a pair of LED headlights attached to its top front and trades the wheels for a protective hull.It basically comes in three versions and is priced at $129.While the new Cargo model has a six-stud baseplate on top with LEGO bricks and the two basic versions will be available for $99.