Parrot announces AR.Drone 2.0 Power Edition
Parrot announced on Thursday that a new, longer flying version of its popular AR.Drone 2.0 is now available. Called the “AR.Drone 2.0 Power Edition”, it features not one, but two higher capacity batteries which provide a total flying time of 36 minutes.
In addition to flying longer, this guy also comes with three interchangeable colors for propellers: blazing red, fiery orange and cool blue.
What’s included in the box?
- 1 Parrot AR.Drone 2.0
- 1 piano black indoor hull
- 1 piano black outdoor hull
- 2 High Density batteries
- 4 sets of propellers (blue, orange, red and black)
- 1 “circlip remover” (to change propellers)
We’ve been testing the standard model of the AR.Drone 2.0 with our NVIDIA Shield and really love the thing. Aside from the limited 12-15 minutes of flying time, we’re head over heels with the way it works with Android and iOS devices.
The new AR.Drone is listed as limited and retails for $369.99 and is currently exclusive to Brookstone.
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