Updated 08:56 AM EST, Sat, Jan 18, 2020

Top 5 Most Underrated Drones Worth a Second Glance

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Drones are slowly becoming a thing in the tech world,especially for adventure seekers armed with their action cameras.

Some well-known brands have released drones last year, but there are also underrated ones, which also provide almost the same service and experience like the famous releases.

Below are some drones the public may want to consider:

1. Mota JetJat Nano

TechTimes said this can be considered the smallest drone, since it can fit in the palm of one's hand. Despite its size, this drone exhibits great manuevers that will surely hook users.

It comes with a 2.4GHz wireless signal and 4-channel controller, which are also features of a normal quadcopter.

The TechTimes report, however, noted that this device should not be flown too high, since its size will make it difficult to spot or detect.

2. Lily selfie drone

This drone is perfect for those who want to get rid of their selfie sticks.

WTVR said the technology of this device allows users to take selfies without holding anything, since the drone will fly and take photos or videos of the owner.

The drone starts working when a user throws it into the air. This action will prompt the flying device to capture a photo or a video.

According to WTVR, this Lily drone also does not come with a control since a GPS computer vision is used to follow users wherever they go.

3. Disco drone

French wireless products manufacturer Parrot has also designed their own drone, but quite differently than the usual quadcopter build.

Gizmag said the device, called Disco, is a wing-shaped device, which can also be tossed into the air to make it work and fly.

It added that this drone can be flown for about 45 minutes, with a speed of 80 kilometers per hour.

4. Ehang 184

This is said to be the first human-sized and passenger-carrying drone, which can transport individuals without the need of a pilot.

According to Fortune, the carrier has a maximum capacity of 220 pounds, and can fly people for short distances. It is reportedly controlled by a tablet placed in the cockpit of the drone.

The same report noted that this Chinese-made drone has a space for passengers: a trunk dedicated for luggage.

It can fly for 23 minutes at a 62 miles per hour speed.

5. PowerUp FPV

TechTimes noted that this drone is another much anticipated one this year. The device is said to be the "world's first and only paper airplane drone."

PowerUp FPV is equipped with a live streaming camera and a head-mounted display. This drone can be controlled by simply tilting one's head in the direction where the pilot wants it to fly.

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