Drones are cool, but they are also very expensive. If you just want to use one as a toy or just something to mess around with then you might not want to pay that price.
In that use case, you might want to pick up something called a nano drone instead.
They are cheaper and smaller but come with less features at a lower price. We have lined up what we think are the best of these nano drones for the year of 2017, check them out below.
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SKEYE Nano Drone
The SKEYE Nano Drone is pretty cool, featuring a 0.3MP camera on the front that will allow you to record footage from up to 160 feet away for 3-4 minutes, not amazing features, but a decent set of specs to mess around with in .a small form-factor.
The Syma X5C has a slightly better camera at 2MP, but also at a smaller price tag, the quadrocopter is a great option to start droning with.
Syma’s X12 is their other nano drone, featuring a built-in 6-axis gyro, a modular design that makes it easy to maintain, and a wind-resistant body that makes it great for indoor and outdoor flight.