Quadcopter drones are boring, so check out this $40 gadget instead
Seriously, how many times can you fly your little quadcopter drone around your backyard before it gets boring? If you’re looking for a fun new twist on airborne, radio controlled gadgets, check out the POWERUP DART Aerobatic Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane instead. It’s a fun new twist on this type of device, and it’s unlike anything you’ve ever tried before.
Here are the highlights from the product page:
- "No drone on the planet is even half as fun as this smartphone-controlled paper airplane" Boy Genius Report
- Bring your favorite “blast from the past” to the present when you turn your paper airplane into a Remote-controlled flying machine!
- Powerup paper airplane conversion kit features a crash-resistant design and will give your paper plane a massive 180 ft. (55M) range - truly a gravity-defying experience.
- Simple controls are fun for all ages: tilt smartphone/tablet from right to left to maneuver and use the throttle lever on the app to Ascend and descend
- Features battery level, charging status and range indicators plus an air traffic control attribute. New features! for easy on-boarding - boost - Nitro for extra power, in app flight Academy, free template downloads, gesture control and game-pad controls
- Contents: POWERUP DART Bluetooth Smart module, 2x p-1 dreamer template (Blue or red paper), 2x p-1 dreamer aerobatic template, gear kit (front wheels + rear skid with stabilizer bar), 1x Spare propeller, micro USB charging, quick start guide
- 365 day limited Warranty!
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