Kai Deng K130 Alpha: miniature drone egg for $36

Last year a Chinese company Powervision Robot has collected nearly $ 15 million for the release foldable quadcopter PowerEgg in the form of eggs. Now he had a younger brother — Kai Deng K130 Alpha, which has already appeared on Chinese online marketplaces, and is much cheaper.

Last year a Chinese company Powervision Robot has collected nearly $ 15 million for the release foldable quadcopter PowerEgg in the form of eggs. Now he had a younger brother — Kai Deng K130 Alpha, which has already appeared on Chinese online marketplaces, and is much cheaper.
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Among other available flying cameras Kai Deng K130 Alpha is notable for unusual design. Drone with 6-axis gyro unfolds with a simple press of a button. He can hover in the air and land, flip 360 degrees and return to the starting point. To control using the app on your smartphone — the manufacturer promises a range of up to 40 meters support image transmission. 0.3-megapixel camera shoots photos and videos with a resolution of 640×480 pixels. This device is clearly not for selfie lovers.

The battery 200 mAh battery provides up to six and a half minutes of flight (with active camera — 6 minutes). According to the developers, the design of the drone makes it easy to replace failed motors. Declared compatible with devices on Android and iOS. The size of the expanded quadcopter are 126x126x64 mm, and weighs 32.3 grams. It’s a toy for flying indoors — outdoors “egg” can carry with the wind.
The issue price

Kai Deng K130 available for order in the online store TomTop for $36 and to get an additional discount of $5, just enter the promo code HTYDRC5. Kit for $40, includes remote control. Mini drone comes in a beautiful package, judging by the images, later version will appear in black color.

Source: Kai Deng
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