Drone ownership, or dronership if you will, is something that we very much want to bring to fruition here at Coolector HQ in 2015 and we might as well start small and build our way up and, with this in mind, we can’t think of many better places to start than with the brilliant looking and outrageously small SKEYE Nano Drone which is billed as the world’s smallest drone.
The SKEYE Nano Drone fits in the palm of your hand and is activated by throwing it in the air and it is the work of Dutch technology pedlars, TRNDlabs. It measures a mere 4cm x 4cm and boasts a quad copter design that fits neatly in the palm of your hand.
It is available in three different iterations – beginner, intermediate and expert – and has a range of 50ft navigated by remote control. It has a surprising level of movement and flexibility and you’ll have it performing figures of eight and sharp banking turns in no time. Take a look at a video and a few more shots of the SKEYE Nano Drone in action below:
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If you’re after an affordable drone that has been bought more as a mild irritant for your colleagues rather than a technologically advance piece of surveillance equipment then the SKEYE Nano Drone will tick all of the right boxes.
We’re big fans of this type of technology here at Coolector HQ and we’re in no doubt there needs to be versions to suit all budgets so for those wanting an enjoyable little gadget before perhaps investing in larger drone gadgetry, then there is no better place to start than with the SKEYE Nano Drone.
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