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PARROT, INC Parrot Jumping Sumo App-Controlled MiniDrone

Item# 187-902849-AF | Model# PF724001 | Added on October 25, 2015 |
PARROT, INC Parrot Jumping Sumo App-Controlled MiniDrone
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"Meet the app-controlled drone that jumps over obstacles at your command. Rolls at 4.5mph and turns 90° and 180° in the blink of an eye Jumps up to 2.5' and always lands back on its wheels Adjustable wheels for speed or stability Wide-angle video camera to capture, stream and save photos and videos (Requires micro USB key. Not included) Super-intuitive driving control via Wi-Fi® and FreeFlight 3 App through your smartphone or tablet Connect to Parrot’s Pilot Academy to share your stats with other pilots Perfect Jumps Jumping Sumo is a responsive bot with a strong personality. It rolls, rushes, zig-zags, circles, takes turns at 90°, and in a flash, it leaps up to 2.5' high, clearing obstacles that stop other rolling drones in their tracks. And, thanks to its embedded camera, it plunges you into the heart of the action. Jumping Sumo has 3 control modes: Jumper: Jumps up to 2.5' in height and length, and always lands on its wheels. Kicker: Its spring enables it to push objects in its path. Auto-Balance: 2-wheel self balancing, like a """"Segway"""". Drive with Your Fingertips Sophisticated technology enables more precise turns than any radio-controlled car. Jumping Sumo performs half- and u-turns in less than a second with its inertial unit. Depending on your driving, the MiniDrone expresses its mood with customizable sounds. Faultless Directional Stability Jumping Sumo features adjustable wheels for 2 distinct driving experiences. Whichever you choose, embedded smart technology ... read more
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