dealsparrot ar.drone 1.0 quadricopter (refurbished…

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A refurbished foam helicopter for $200 - Thanks Brookstone, but No Thanks.

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It does use your iPhone (ipad, etc) or android device as the controller and has a camera that sends the image back to your device...

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@eojoob: It's $100 cheaper than a new one. These aren't the simple helicopters you get to fly around your living room.

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Too bad this isn't for the 2.0 version or I'd be in for one.

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I agree. These are just awesome in their capabilities and the newer version, 2.0 is just about like having your own drone....less the missiles of course.

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Who is gail and why is he playing keep away from the short people??

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The Ladybug is about $130 new but doesn't have the camera.

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I was attempting to confirm that this worked on non-iDevices and found the link for the Android app:
http://ardrone.parrot.com/parrot-ar-drone/en/ar.free-flight-for-android

Actually, the main manufactures site has all sorts of great info about these drones:
http://ardrone.parrot.com/parrot-ar-drone/en

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@offline999:I can confirm that the a.r. drone will work with a gtablet running TNT Lite. I have yet to try it on the Team DRH ICS build. I did have some glitches, but I really can't say whether they were from the gtablet being it's normal weird self or the drone. I'm leaning towards the gtablet being the issue.