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.
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