Posted By Simon Montford on Feb 11, 2015
Nano drones such as the Zano, Anura and Nixie are growing in popularity. Unlike the aforementioned nano drones, this one's pretty basic, but that's reflected in the price. The creators have intentionally kept things simple, and cost-effective as they want their Nano Drone to appeal to first-time users. Not only is it very easy to operate, but the company's patent-pending impact guards have been designed to protect the drone's blades from hitting the ground or getting damaged during wall or ceiling collisions.
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It also has 3-speed calibration that provides smoother lift and maneuverability, and improved 6-Axis stabilization for better hovering capability. Once novices have perfected the mechanics of quadcopter flight, they can then move onto larger, more expensive equipment.
With 31 days still to go, the company's Indiegogo campaign has already comfortably exceeded its funding target. You can pre-order a Nano Drone at the early bird discount price of $35 (£23), but international shipping will cost an additional $30 (£20). The regular price is $40 (£26) and the following colours are still available green, orange, and white. The estimated shipping date is April 2015.
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