Parrot has gone big with its drones, announcing the new Disco Drone at CES 2016 this week, featuring a fixed-wing design, it resembles an airplane rather than a drone, but still works like one.

You can launch it by throwing it, and once launched the drone is capable of hitting a top speed of up to 50 miles per hour, and it can do so for up to 45 minutes from a single charge.

The drone is also equipped with a 14-megapixel fish-eye camera on the nose of the camera, which is capable of recording video in Full HD 1080p.

Disco also has a range of up to 1.25 miles, and weighs 700 grams, with a range of sensors including a gyroscope, altimeter, magnetometer and more and it features and automatic landing mode.

Parrot has not announced pricing for the Disco Drone yet, but we do know it will go on sale later this year, you can grab a look before then by watching the video below.

 

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