The quad's small size is perfect for navigating indoors, though, and the landing gear does double duty as prop guards (though it doesn't protect them from hard landings). It looks and sounds like a small flying insect and although the motors are strong enough to fly outside, it'll get blown around a bit in the wind. Otherwise, it's very stable and getting it to hover is pretty easy.At $170 (£135, AU$260) the Glimpse is toward the high end of toy-class drones. Like the UTO it offers first-person view flying (FPV) via a Wi-Fi connection and the Glimpse app for Android and iOS. It will also record 720p-resolution video and 1-megapixel photos to an included microSD card. The video downlink range is up to 80 feet (24 meters) and, while there is a slight lag, it's much better than the UTO's range and video performance.
Battery life with video is good at about 7 minutes and batteries and spare parts are readily available and fairly inexpensive. A battery will run you about $12, for example.
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