Micro toy drones have come a long day since two years ago. The Realacc 374 is one of the newer generation of toy drones that offer a lot of fun for so little — at less than $20 shipped. The 374 makes a great novelty toy as much as it is a nice toy drone to practice your flying skills with.
The MJX G3 FPV headset and D43 5.8G FPV monitor are two new MJX products that were released together with the new Bugs 8/6 FPV racer. Based on my initial impressions of these new products they will probably sell for less than $100 each, covering the entry-level segment for FPV gear.
The MJX Bugs 8 is an excellent starting point for those looking to discover FPV racing. Pure breed FPV racers with all their raw power and precision can be intimidating to fly for beginners. That’s not the case with the Bugs 8 which is tame yet exciting enough to fly.
When it comes to buying toy drones for kids, parents sometimes worry about the safety risks they pose. Fast-spinning propellers and children are not a good match but that’s not the case with the DHD D3. It features fully enclosed props and is safe enough to be flown by children or anywhere near them.
The X20 is one of the smallest models in Syma’s latest generation of toy drones and has a highly affordable price point of less than $30 shipped. With that said, it makes an excellent gift for both adults and kids. It’s also great for those looking for a neat micro quadcopter to play around with.
When it comes to features and performance, GoPro may rule the roost in the compact action camera market so what do you do when you need Session-like features at just $100? Get a RunCam 3, of course. Costing only a third of its GoPro equivalent, the RunCam 3 delivers plenty of value for those seeking a bargain deal.